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Ad agency superstar Michael Davis has it all. He's a great provider and is proud of the restored farmhouse where his wife, Rachel, and their three kids live. But Michael has lost touch with his family. He gets a wake-up call when Rachel announces that she's leaving unless he reconnects with his family. Michael wants to earn back their love and trust, but he doesn't even know how the kitchen appliances work. When his boss and best friend, Jordan King, agrees to give him less work, Michael begins to define his success as a family man, not a businessman. Written by
Love Connie and glad to see her on a show again but this show lost it the first show. Strange thing. The son is going to have sex. Okay. Got it great. Good for him. Why would he bring the girl to the house for a quick visit then plan on leaving again? There seemed to be no reason for them to stop by the house. Now since it was the pilot maybe they couldn't afford another location but if that's the case change the story. It didn't make sense so I just zoned on it. Plus who needs another show about a hapless father who is the stupidest person in the house.
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