Opens with Alex at a party where she and her friend Sharon discuss Alex wanting to go to a ball with Eric Singer. When Alex tries to talk to him he tells her to move out of the way and is ... See full summary »
Five siblings are left to find their own way in the world when their parents are killed by a drunk driver. The series revolves around the struggles of raising each other and the struggles ... See full summary »
A novice sleuth is hired by the police after he cons them into thinking he has psychic powers that help solve crimes. With this assistance of his reluctant best friend the duo take on a series of complicated cases.
I am a huge fan of "Family Rules". I recommend it to everybody. You have to watch it, at least once. You may not all become hooked, but I bet a lot of you will. The head of the family is Greg Evigan, who plays Nate Harrison. The family includes four daughters, each of whom are experiencing life at different stages of growing up. Hope (Maggie Lawson) is the oldest, followed by Ann (Shawna Waldron), C.J. (Andi Eystad) and Lucy (Brooke Garrett). C.J. is my favorite. She is a hilarious, adventure-seeking, sports-loving girl! Portrayed perfectly by Andi Eystad (who appeared in the award winning independant film, "The Legend of Cryin' Ryan"), C.J. is a LOT of fun to watch. No matter how much she might appear in each episode, in my opinion, Andi steals every scene she's in! Every Tuesday (for the record "Family Rules" appears on Tuesdays at 8:30 pm on UPN), I look forward to seeing C.J. and her wild adventures. Whether it's video taping Hope's party, or hiding in the bathtub to "listen" to her sisters, Andi truly is a blast to watch!
I watch it with my whole family and we thoroughly enjoy it. If you're part of a family, you can relate to it. Look for funny moments from Uncle Phil (Doogie Howser's Markus Redmond) who is Nate's best friend and very close to the Harrison Family. I hope that people give "Family Rules" a chance. I hope to watch this fine show for a LONG time. A lot of you will probably see a part of you in some (if not all) of the characters. Families rule... and so does "Family Rules".
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