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J. Robin Miller
President Gilcrest and his trophy wife are living in the White House, with their overachieving daughter sidetracked by pregnancy, a couch potato hopeless son, a genius young son, and an odd middle school girl.
I saw two episodes of this sitcom, and by god it was one of the worst shows ever. I was never a fan of Jenna Elfman- no offence, i'm sure she is a really wonderful person but in regards to her work, I have never really liked anything she has done. and this sitcom is one of them. Courting Alex is one of those sitcoms which shouldn't really be classified as a sitcom, because it is so excruciatingly bad and so unfunny, i turned off after watching 15 mins of two episodes of this show. Fred baron did a great job with Caroline in the City, which is one of my favourite sitcoms ever, and yet with this show and My family- a UK based sitcom,it is thus disappointing that with these efforts, he hasn't really delivered.
Courting Alex was utter dross- I have never once laughed at any of those situations or those episodes, the writing was truly horrific to say the least. Though i'm not surprised it got canned, as I didn't warm to or connected with any of those characters; they had no personality, no spark- they were just so one-dimensional that there really wasn't much you could say about each of them.
Thank goodness that this show is no longer running in syndication because it was awful, from start to finish.
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