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 Gregory Thomas 'Greg' Warner (122 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Christine Hughes (122 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Kim Warner (122 episodes, 2000-2006)
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 Jimmy Hughes (122 episodes, 2000-2006)
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Yes, Dear is a comedy about two young couples and their outrageously contrasting views on parenting. First-time parents, Greg and Kim Warner struggle on a daily basis to become perfect at the job. Kim is a neurotic, stay-at-home mother, and although her husband, Greg, is a success in his career, his more difficult job is keeping his wife calm as they raise their year-old son, Sam. While Kim is determined to be the perfect mother and perfect wife and to raise the perfect son, her sister, Christine Hughes, a very down-to-earth mother of two [four-year-old Dominic and one-year-old Logan], continually reminds her that life will never be perfect. Christine's husband, Jimmy, is employed as a security guard and unconcerned about living in Kim and Greg's guest house and feels compelled to share with his brother-in-law his philosophy about being a husband and a parent while still remaining a man. Written by Anonymous

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Mike O'Malley and Liza Snyder appear together in Raising Hope, reprising their same roles. Both series are created by Greg Garcia. See more »

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When Billy makes his first appearance, Jimmy introduces him to Greg. However, in Jimmy and Christine's wedding video, both Billy and Greg are in the wedding. See more »

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Jimmy Hughes: It's great to see you, Dad. Too bad Mom couldn't come with you.
Big Jimmy Hughes: Yeah, well, it's the big gin tournament at Sun City this weekend.
Jimmy Hughes: Gin tournament? I didn't know Mom played gin.
Big Jimmy Hughes: She doesn't play it; she drinks it. She's got a good chance this year. Last year's champion is waiting for a liver transplant.
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Featured in My Name Is Earl: Get a Real Job (2007) See more »

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Classic Type-A vs. Type-B conflict
19 July 2003 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

I honestly can't figure out why the critics are not only disparaging of this show, but actually aggressively hostile toward it. I would be the last person to claim "Yes, Dear" is a classic of television comedy, but it is a consistently funny show, with a very simple, archetypal conflict. I get regular laughs from "Yes, Dear," regularly trashed by critics, while I've never laughed a single time at "Everybody Loves Raymond," which critics slavishly promote. YD is about a pair of couples, two sisters and their husbands, who live together in Los Angeles. The older sister and her husband are lazy, irresponsible slobs who live in the guest house of the younger sister and her husband, who are fastidious to the point of neurosis. Most of the comedy derives from this dichotomy. The husbands work for a movie studio (another source of laughs), and both couples have children. All three sets of grandparents are played by familiar comedic character actors and show up several times each season. Obviously, personal taste governs what one watches on television (something critics have generally forgotten), but if ever a show has gotten a raw deal from the critics, "Yes, Dear" is the one.


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