Anthony's a struggling actor trying to provide a good life for his young son, Tuga. He makes the tough decision to move back in with his parents - and instantly remembers why he left. Tuga,... See full summary »
This is the kind of show you watch out of inertia. It has some laughs, including a few good ones, and it's unlikely to offend many to the extent they would change the channel unless something they really love is on another network. On the other hand, it's not terribly likely to attract anyone on its own. The leads are fine, though J. Mack Slaughter as (ostensibly) the main character could use some time to "find his sea legs" as a TV actor. He's not bad, just not quite at ease. The adults on the show are more natural; unfortunately, they're largely wasted so far.
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