Most people would aspire to be able to retire at the age of 35. And successful business executive David does just that when he decides to leave New York behind and move to Florida ... into ... See full summary »
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Dr. Bill Hoffman leads group therapy of offbeat individuals but his outsize ego may keep him from being an effective therapist. Michael is a Wall Street type having an affair with Darlene while Jonathan is a closeted married man.
Admittedly, the first episode was awful. The second, however, was much much better. Bob Saget did not seem so awkward, the wife was not so bad, and the kids were actually fairly good. The best friend could be better, but all in all, the show is improving.
I think they would do a lot better if they lost the laugh track. It makes the show very choppy and ruins any comedic flow that could happen. I also think they would do better if they told Saget to stand up, but that is another matter altogether.
Some times it takes a show a couple of episodes to get its act together, and then it really improves, aka Kings. I will give it a few more shows to see what happens.
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