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Mr. Fitzgerald, a widower and retired New York City fire fighter, wants to be left alone to pursue his hobby, painting landscapes. However, his three sons, one with wife and child, move back into his house creating unrest and confusion. Written by
I miss this show - it was a lot of fun and the acting was great. It was also fun to see Connie Britton playing a completely different character from Spin City's Nikki. The role of the father was tailor-made for Brian Dennehy, who now plays a similar character as Finch's dad on "Just Shoot Me". If you're lucky enough to have seen this show, mourn its loss along with me!
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