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The Mountain 

A young man returns to the family business of running a popular ski resort after the death of his grandfather and soon faces off against the rest of his estranged family over running the resort.
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Oliver Hudson ...  David Carver Jr. 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Anson Mount ...  Will Carver 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Tara Thompson ...  Shelley Carver 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Penn Badgley ...  Sam Tunney 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Alana De La Garza ...  Maria Serrano 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Johann Urb ...  Travis Thorson 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Mitch Pileggi ...  Colin Dowling 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Barbara Hershey ...  Gennie Carver 13 episodes, 2004-2005
Elizabeth Bogush ...  Max Dowling 12 episodes, 2004-2005
Tommy Dewey ...  Michael Dowling 12 episodes, 2004-2005
Kaylee DeFer ...  Scarlett 6 episodes, 2004-2005
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David Carver Jr., an irresponsible, un-kept young man, returns to his family owned ski resort in Colorado after the death of his grandfather to find that he, the youngest son, has inherited the entire mountain which puts him at odds with his older brother Will, the resort manager, who's holding out against being bought out by Colin Dowling, a scheming land developer. Other characters involved in the power struggle are David and Will's youngest sister Shelley, a local teen wanting to make it big as a champion snowboarder; Maria Serrano, David's former girlfriend, now Will's girlfriend; the double-dealing resort operator Travis, whom is under the control of Dowling and his son Michael; and the Downling's attractive daughter Maxine 'Max' whom falls for David while trying to get him to sell the mountain to her father. Written by Anonymous

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Conditions are about to get nasty.

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The show was originally planned to air on Thursdays at 8pm until FOX moved its hit show The O.C. (2003) to the exact same night and time-slot. It was moved to Wednesday instead. See more »

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Michael Dowling: Billionaire developer Colin Dowling was injured in a hunting accident involving his good for nothing son, Michael, and a particularly willful turkey named "David." Tragically, despite the heroic efforts of emergency medical personnel, they were unable to resuscitate the turkey. Dowling is likely to lose the use of his pinky toe. The future of his son is undetermined.
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The Mountain
27 August 2005 | by candyland07See all my reviews

The Mountain is the best show ever on the WB but of coarse they had to cancel it. I think people in the Television have no brains. They always cancel the best shows and leave the scummy ones on. Take Fox for an example they put on a really good show called Tru calling and a year later they cancel it and after a lot of bagging and pleading from 3/4 of Fox's viewers they finally give us another 1/2 of a season. So then they replace the show with Point Pleasant which is kinda boring in the begging but grows on ya after 10 min. And after 4 or 5 episodes what do they do again? THEY CANCEL IT AGAIN! If you ask me we should get a hole lot of new TV producers cause I don't think they know how to do there job if any of them are reading this get the FUDGE out and let someone else take over for instance someone who knows how to do there job and satisfy!

-A very angry Viewer


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22 September 2004 (USA) See more »

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(13 episodes)

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1.78 : 1
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