Centers on Terry Gannon, a recently divorced single mother who temporarily moves in with her estranged father, a beer-swilling former baseball player. She reluctantly starts coaching her ... See full summary »
When a young accountant is devastated after discovering his inspiringly beautiful girlfriend is cheating on him, his best friend, who's engaged to a girl he doesn't love, convinces him to ... See full summary »
What do you do after graduating college? Go to work. And that is exactly what Matt wants to do. He wants to climb up the corporate ladder the old-fashion way: by working. But with the ... See full summary »
So you think Romeo and Juliet had family issues? Listen to this. Bobby is a bartender and the only son of gregarious, salt-of-the-earth Irish Catholic parents from Boston. His fiancée, Liz,... See full summary »
John Benjamin Hickey
When an only child New Yorker moves to Kansas so his wife can be closer to her family, he finds things getting a little too close for comfort. From her bug-collecting brother to her smug, ... See full summary »
Jason Bateman plays a gay Greenwich Villiage writer. His sexual orientation isn't suspected initially by the fellow who has responded to his newspaper ad for a new roommate. Though the road... See full summary »
Gordon Stiles' life is not easy. He's an executive whose boss, Mr. Peterson is overbearing, demanding, and insufferable. His brother, Jimmy, is an actor but one would have to wonder if he ... See full summary »
Jon Patrick Walker,
The show came across as another preachy comedy trying to be Funny. Fast-forward and it is the last couple of seasons of Roseanne. The parents are the funny ones and the kids are just their as props. The show also takes serious subject matter and adds a few comical twist and you feel offended and board at the same time. Too bad I felt like the show had potential with the cast, but they blew it with the writing. Jane Curtain is a powerful comedic actor, but she is not strong enough to hold everything together. Fred Savage needs to stick to his soft-core boy next-door image and not try to tackle serious subject matter. If the show last too much longer I will be surprised. Then again I was shocked to see Alf last as long as it did. Maybe there is something out there for everyone. Silly might be good for some people.
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