With Bob's career and personal life in rut, Bob attempts to turn things around by getting his writing done and asking out the hot water delivery girl, but just as things are going well, ... See full summary »

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With Bob's career and personal life in rut, Bob attempts to turn things around by getting his writing done and asking out the hot water delivery girl, but just as things are going well, nobody will leave him alone and this his wife -- who had run away and left him -- shows back up. Written by Fatties United

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2 October 2001 (USA)  »

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Hashlesh: This is good, he has many layers of fat.
[squeezing Bob's face]
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12 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jason Alexander stars as Bob Patteron -- the number three best self-help guru.

Bob's career and life is in a slump, with his wife having left him, his career sagging, his manager is looking for gimmicks, and he's barely written a thing to publish, but things are looking to change as Bob wants to get back into the groove by cranking out pages and date the hot water delivery girl.

But with an endless stream of people bothering him, including John Tesh and his new assistant, things are not going so well. And then his wife shows back up.

The series concept is sound, Jason Alexander was right for the part, but the show needed a little fine-tuning. The writing could have been better and perhaps there was just a smidge too much happening in the pilot. Plus the actress who plays his wife is annoying and mis-cast.

It's done well enough, there are some good lines, and the clever use of female singers in the musical score singing "Bob, Bob, Bob" here and there bemusing in of itself. It's not a bad way to spend some time if you are bored.


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