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This is an original idea for a sitcom, that actually shows a situation that can occur in real in life. This show is about a teenage boy living with 5 woman (Mother, Aunt, and 3 sisters). It shows the struggles of family life, and how a young man deals with everyday problems. Written by
Lynn Gray <Lyric723@hotmail.com>
While Erik von Detten may be "damn fine" in the looks department, he is pretty damn bad in the acting department. He is so bland and boring that he just fades into the background whenever he's on the screen, which doesn't seem to be a whole lot, so you tend to forget the show is (supposedly) about him. Thankfully, however, there is a lot more action going on here to make up for it. Markie Post is pretty good as the mom. At least she can act. The guy who plays von Detten's best friend can be funny sometimes, too. The oldest sister is, admittenly, attractive and has some acting ability, as well. But other than that, despite all the action, it's a bland, forgettable sitcom that, if we are to believe other comments, will soon join the long list of bland, forgettable TGIF sitcoms that are, have been, and will be canceled quickly and forgotten.
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