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"ONE A-N-- ANGRY M-- MAYA"
Series Speechless
Season 2, Episode 16
Speechless 2x16 001
Airdate March 14th, 2018.
Writer Carrie Rosen; Zach Anner
Director Bill Purple
Producer Ryan Janata; Matt Roller; Seth Kurland; Shana Goldberg-Meehan; Niki Schwartz-Wright; Berkley Johnson; Dan Klein; Mark Kunerth; Danny Chun; Christine Gernon; Jake Kasdan; Melvin Mar; Scott Silveri
Starring Minnie Driver; John Ross Bowie; Cedric Yarbrough; Mason Cook; Micah Fowler; Kyla Kenedy
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'"ONE A-N-- ANGRY M-- MAYA" is the sixteenth episode of season two of the situation comedy series Speechless, and the thirty-ninth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Bill Purple with a teleplay written by Carrie Rosen and Zach Anner. It first aired on ABC on Wednesday, March 14th, 2018.

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  • Another television episode that involves a dysfunctional family and a character in a wheelchair is the "Hiraeth" episode of Shameless.

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Dysfunctional family | High school | Jury duty | Musical | Wheelchair