Two typical moms, Marilyn and Caryl, live a suburban life with husbands Jack and Paul plus assorted children. Their neighborhood is shook up by perfect Barb, house dad Tom, and Marilyn's divorce from Jack.
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1995   1994   1993  
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Marilyn Kentz ...
Caryl Kristensen ...
Sam Gifaldi ...
 Danny Kellogg 32 episodes, 1993-1995
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 Paul Kellogg 24 episodes, 1993-1994
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Two typical moms, Marilyn and Caryl, live a suburban life with husbands Jack and Paul plus assorted children. Their neighborhood is shook up by perfect Barb, house dad Tom, and Marilyn's divorce from Jack.

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Comedy | Romance

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18 September 1993 (USA)  »

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Die Super-Mamis  »

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1.33 : 1
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Adam Larson: [Marilyn and Kasey are in the drive-thru of Dougals] May I take your order please?
Marilyn Larson: Yes, I'd like one Double Dougal, two half Dougals, one with cheese. A double cheeseburger special meal with a diet cola. Two regular fries, an apple pie, two small colas, and chocolate shake.
Adam Larson: May I take your order please?
Kasey Larson: Allow me, I'd like one Double Dougal, two half Dougals, one with cheese. A double cheeseburger special meal with a diet cola. Two regular fries, an apple pie, two small colas, and chocolate shake...
Adam Larson:
Marilyn Larson:
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Usual pap
13 September 2001 | by See all my reviews

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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