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It's hard enough to raise a kid nowadays but when you have to cope with THESE kids, things tend to get out of hand! Dr Seaver, a psychologist and his wife Maggie Seaver, a journalist, try to do their best raising their family and although their kids, Mike, Ben, Carol and Crissie, cause them endless problems, they manage to keep the family close together. As long as they got each other, nothing else matters... Written by
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Many TV Viewers and Critics felt the show's depiction of a father who was a doctor whose office was in the home and a mother who was a working professional was ripped off from The Cosby Show (1984). Creator 'Neil Marlens (I)' has said that Jason and Maggie's occupations and related dynamics were based on those of his own parents while growing up and that the similarities were coincidental. The family attends a live taping of "The Cosby Show" in the opening scene of an episode in Season 2; this is especially odd since the two shows aired on different networks. See more »
This show is rapidly becoming one of my favorites. It's fun watching the kids grow up and change. Unlike many sitcoms, each of them has his or her own personality and that makes for some very funny and truthful episodes. I can relate to all of the characters at different points, and it's a very pleasant way to spend my afternoon.
Note Leonardo DiCaprio in around the last season. Odd that he's on there, but quite good. :)
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