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[bringing baby Zachary home from the hospital]
Paul and Caryl just got out of their minivan!
This is so exciting! Have they done the paternity test yet?
We were all sort of figuring Paul was the father.
That's so convenient, I mean he already lives here.
[sarcastically referring to Tiffany]
Such a pretty face.
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A forgettable series, based upon the lives of two 'moms'. They have obnoxious kids, caring yet insensitive husbands, and are supposed to be funny. Little is memorable in this show, and I was surprised to see it last beyond 1 season. Some sit-coms have still-born ideas - this was one of them.
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