Tucker Tucker is an all-American kid who's keeping his chin up and his hormones down in a world that tries - but can't - push him around. As he and his mom try to make it on their own, ... See full summary »
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 Jeannie Pierce 13 episodes, 2000-2001
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 Jimmy Wennick / ... 13 episodes, 2000-2001
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 Claire Wennick 13 episodes, 2000-2001
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Tucker Tucker is an all-American kid who's keeping his chin up and his hormones down in a world that tries - but can't - push him around. As he and his mom try to make it on their own, Tucker remains upbeat despite his aunt and her annoying son Leon. In fact, he's already found a positive angle - McKenna, the girl next door. Hanging out with her makes everything great - that and his belief that good times are ahead. Written by GusF

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2 October 2000 (USA)  »

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(13 episodes)

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1.33 : 1
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13 episodes were made but NBC only aired 12 of them. See more »

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[Leon has a collection of human hair]
Tucker: Your collection is really good, but there's one person you don't have, Seth Green.
Leon: I know, that guy is slippery!
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It Could've Been a Hit
18 September 2003 | by (Kentucky, USA) – See all my reviews



This show was great, and had a cult following in the NBC.com group. Teenagers who watched the show loved it, which isn't a surprise as it was based on and for teenagers.

Either way, it was a great show that was, unfortunately, put on a Monday night against a hit ABC show, so... it died after 5 episodes (which is too bad, because that cult following was awaiting the Halloween show, only to find that we ended up with some generic news show during the time slot)

Tucker was a good one. Seth Green was hilarious as himself (heh!) and Katie Segal was great. It's sad to see that she's got stuck in these dying shows, because with the death of John Ritter, I can't see 8SR lasting much longer, despite them trying.


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