It's all about being "business in the front, party in the back" when it comes to the Mullet brothers, two siblings who sport the same haircut, but are actually very different from one another.
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 Dwayne Mullet (11 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Denny Mullet (11 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Mandi Mullet-Heidecker (11 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Roger Heidecker (11 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Melanie (11 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Gordo (10 episodes, 2003-2004)
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 Bill (5 episodes, 2003)
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The Mullets are blue-collar, wrestling-loving, light-hearted, optimistic brothers who don the hairstyle that bears their surname ("business in the front, party in the back"). The 20-something brothers, who sport identical mullet haircuts, are actually a study in contrast. Dwayne Mullet has a loud, in-your-face demeanor, while Denny Mullet is a quieter, more thoughtful, easygoing guy. Their mother Mandi Mullet-Heidecker, a warm maternal type who couldn't be more proud of her offspring, no matter what they do, recently married Roger Heidecker, a clean-cut game show host who is the polar opposite of her boys and her former life. The siblings live life to the fullest while dreaming of bigger and better futures, though their fantasies are out of step with their reality. Written by Bubba

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Completely bombed in the ratings and was canceled after week two. See more »

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Denny: Those '84 Camaros could fly!
Dwayne: It's an '85.
Denny: No, it's an '84.
Dwayne: Check out the hood scoops, and the rear window molding, so it's an '85.
Denny: There's no fog lights on the front bumper, so it's an '84.
[The Camaro comes crashing into the front door]
Denny: Told you it was an '84.
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Redifines "stinker"
30 November 2005 | by (Western Oregon, United States) – See all my reviews

Remember when "My Mother the Car" was considered the worst TV show of all time? Well, welcome to the cable age when there are myriad shows that make that old Jerry Van Dyke stinker seem positively Shakespearian by comparison.

MULLETS is inept. MULLETS is only funny when it isn't supposed to be. It's stupid. It sucks. It sucks. It sucks. Even for an "indie" network (as in WB, Fox, or UPN), which have generally low quality programing, this is a low point.

MULLETS is way beyond "bottom-of-the-barrel" programming. You'll find it somewhere in the slime beneath that barrel - there with the creepy crawlies and other loathsome things.

And, no doubt, the cretins behind MULLETS will soon have another series on the air. Yet another reason to turn off the TV and pick up a good book.


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