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A therapist (Ben) lives his life in the shadows of his brother, sister, mother, and father, all of whom are doctors, while at the same time trying to keep his family together after the addition of his fathers new, younger, girlfriend.
I have to say, having this bit of dribble replace must see tv's Frasier was incredibly disappointing. I love Steven Weber and I had high hopes for this show, but the humour is not only childish, it's just plain dumb. The show is not funny. Chris Elliot is normally a riot but his character is so stupid and so annoying (and the fact that someone so moronic is a doctor doesn't add anything), he makes watching the show unbearable. A name change and a lesbian character couldn't save the show. The best part was the theme song by Liz Phair (which was dropped when the show went from Cursed to the Weber Show). Too bad.
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