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  
6 nominations. See more awards »

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Marilyn Kentz ...
 Marilyn Larson (37 episodes, 1993-1995)
Caryl Kristensen ...
 Caryl Kellogg (37 episodes, 1993-1995)
Sam Gifaldi ...
 Danny Kellogg (32 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Blake Kellogg (30 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Kasey Larson (29 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Adam Larson (29 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Jack Larson (27 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Barb Ballantine (27 episodes, 1993-1995)
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 Paul Kellogg (24 episodes, 1993-1994)
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 Tom Booker (18 episodes, 1994-1995)
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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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Caryl Kellogg: Blake and Danny are still in the minivan, behaving I hope.
Blake Kellogg: [speaking into the drive-thru speaker at Dougals] And a hundred and twenty-eight Double Dougals, you dork!
Tiffany: Do you need a bag for that?
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So bad, it's painful
29 September 2004 | by (Parma, Ohio) – See all my reviews

Over the years, there have been numerous bad television shows churned out by Hollywood, but few have ever reached the depths of this little piece of work. This is a show that makes "Mr. T and Tina," "Supertrain" and "Manimal" look good. Why any network would give a show to these two women was unfathomable. Of course, it wasn't their fault entirely. Lucille Ball and Mary Tyler Moore couldn't have make this show work, the writing was so bad. The producers attempted to improve the show by bringing in Julia Duffy and Jere Burns, but their talents weren't enough to bring this show up to par.

Unfortunately, the show isn't even bad enough to be enjoyable watching, a la "Plan Nine From Outer Space." Thankfully, you won't be seeing this show in syndication.


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