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One of the joys of summer is watching shows that the networks air, knowing that they aren't giving the show even the slightest chance of survival. In most cases, these shows are being deservingly dumped in the summer because most of them are terrible. However, there are a few exceptions and THE O'KEEFES was one of them. It was actually good. It was one of the few sitcoms on television that was funny. It had a great cast (Judge Reinhold is the man), interesting story lines, and best of all, no annoying laugh track in the background. Premiering in May of last year, the show was canceled in June after only lasted for five episodes before getting the ax by The WB Network. Hopefully the show will be released on DVD some day so fans of Judge Reinhold's who didn't get to see the show will be able to.
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