Fraternal twin sisters Emma and Lilly are as different as night and day. Emma, the beautiful blonde tomboy, would rather be riding a horse than anything else in the world. While Lilly, her ... See full summary »
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 »
11 episodes were filmed. The first five episodes aired on CBS in the fall of 2004. The five episodes the CBS aired were the Pilot, Breaking the Slump, Chin Music, Trade Talks, and Spectator Interference. In 2005, all 11 episodes were purchased by the HDNet cable channel and were aired. See more »
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Bunch of nancy boys, probably use the money for online shoe shopping.
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To anyone who might think this show isn't for them, please give it a try. Network television has degenerated into shows that are clones of clones or are reality based shows featuring some often unreal people. This show is a return to family oriented TV where the emphasis is on learning some life lessons, learning what real friends and family are about, and maybe even learning a little bit about our national pastime. Jeremy Sumpter is one of the most appealing young actors in show business today, and he is perfectly cast as the young, slightly naive new batboy for the fictional New York Empires (great name!). Dean Cain, Christopher Lloyd, Mare Winningham, and Kirsten Storms round out the main cast, and they are all exceptional. This show deserves a chance to catch on and be seen. Hopefully it will stick around for a few seasons and we can watch Pete Young (Sumpter's character) learn and grow.
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