A pair of newlyweds move in next door to a veteran married couple of 25 years.
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 Eddie Stark (82 episodes, 2006-2010)
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 Joy Stark (82 episodes, 2006-2010)
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 Steph Woodcock (39 episodes, 2006-2008)
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 Jeff Woodcock (39 episodes, 2006-2008)
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A pair of newlyweds move in next door to a veteran married couple of 25 years.

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Take a picture, it'll last longer.

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Comedy | Romance

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Dopóki smierc nas nie rozlaczy  »

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The exterior of the Stark's house was also used as the Kravitz's house in "Bewitched." In the pilot you can see the Stevens' house in the background across the street. The Stark's house exterior was also used for the Partridge family home and was remodeled after that show ended. The house used for the exterior shots for the Woodcock's home was also used as Tony Nelson's in "I dream of Jeannie" See more »

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Referenced in The Cleveland Show: Ship'rect (2011) See more »

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not quite so 'unhappily married'
12 October 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I read the first several messages on the board here, and people who don't like this show seem to be doing so for two main reasons - they think the longer-married couple is too bitter and unhappy, and they keep comparing the show to Everybody Loves Raymond. Well, I hope the show gets at least a few more episodes to reveal to those of you who aren't paying enough attention that Brad's character and his wife do really love each other and are trying to make their marriage better. A related idea the writers could emphasize is that the Woodcock's marriage will get stronger when the kids take off the rose-colored glasses and begin to love the people they married, not the idealized version of those people. And as for comparing to ELR, if you feel you absolutely must, this show is a lot kinder and more loving than that one.


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