A sitcom about a widowed father struggling to separate his professional & personal lives and keeping his sanity while raising two daughters.

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A sitcom about a widowed father struggling to separate his professional & personal lives and keeping his sanity while raising two daughters.

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14 September 2001 (USA)  »

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In Your Dreams  »

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(22 episodes)

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Matt Stewart: Do you realize the last time I dated, Madonna was a virgin and N'Sync were stem cells.
Sam Stewart: Well, it's about time you got back in the game. Oh, and by the way, Madonna was never a virgin.
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A Good Quality Show!
13 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

It's very rare that my family can stand each other long enough to sit through a entire television show. Raising Dad is the exception. Finally there is a show that myself and my younger brother can agree on. It's funny and relatable to all ages. Bob Saget is *funny*. You can't help but watch and think to yourself "wow...that is exactly what my dad would say!" That's what my brother and I said. If it's cancelled, we will be losing a truly refreshing family comedy.


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