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... See full summary »
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The series is based on a book Matthew McGough wrote about his years as a New York Yankees bat boy. The book is entitled "Bat Boy: My True Life Adventures Coming of Age with the New York Yankees" See more »
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Bunch of nancy boys, probably use the money for online shoe shopping.
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From the beginning, I liked the show despite the flaws. I am not some teenage kid in love with Jeremy. I am a mid 30's man. The point being is that the show could have been written better but had some moral points that are identical to today. I read the post about drinking beer in a stadium. Come on! Kids at 16 years old are doing this. Is it right? NO. I like the show and wish that CBS would make more of an attempt in making it a success. This show and other shows like 7th Heaven and Everwood depict normal family life in their own unique way. I like watching shows like the CSI series or NYPD blue but I also like a break from immoral type lifestyles to more family and kid friendly shows. In the episode with the hazing and Jeremy kissing and drinking beer, a very fundamental and important lesson that all children should learn from is despite all of the hazing and being punched in the mouth, he did not resort to violence to get even. Placing the other guys necklace where he did may not have been right but not physical revenge was used. Maybe some other network will pick up this show and give it a chance that it deserves.
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