Sons of Tucson is a family comedy about three brothers who hire a charming, wayward schemer to stand in as their father when their real one goes to prison. What begins as a business ... See full summary »
Ron is going to take Glenn to an adult film convention. However, Ron is supposed to watch Robby, because Gary and Brandon have band practice. So Ron takes Robby along. Meanwhile, Brandon seizes band ...
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Brandon T. Jackson,
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Daniel J. Pico
Sons of Tucson is a family comedy about three brothers who hire a charming, wayward schemer to stand in as their father when their real one goes to prison. What begins as a business relationship evolves into something more complex and compelling: a family unlike any we've ever seen. The three brothers find their dad-for-hire, Ron Snuffkin (Tyler Labine), at the local sporting good store. Ron will be forced to draw on a wide array of skills and a vast bag of tricks as he steps into the patriarch role to take care of the boys of the Gunderson family. Robby Gunderson, 8, is a loose cannon who doesn't respond well to authority; Gary Gunderson, 11, is a bright and street-savvy leader who is every bit the con man his father is; and Brandon Gunderson, 13, is a gentle free spirit who simply goes along for the ride. Maggie Morales (Natalie Martinez), Robby's second-grade teacher and the object of Ron's affection, might just be the only stable figure in the lives of this quirky quartet. While ... Written by
I have to agree with the other two reviews that have been posted so far. I loved Reaper, I love The Loop, and I loved Sons of Tucson. There are a few other shows I loved as well and they were canceled before being given a chance. I am curious about the ratings of Survivor at this point. I would have to think they are much lower than they used to be yet they keep churning out show-after-show of fake drama.
Day Break was another one that got axed early and it was only slated for 13 episodes at the very beginning. What's the point of canceling it when it is slated as only one season? Viewer outcry at least drove the network to run the rest of the episodes online as I believe the Black Donnellys might have as well.
I think it is time to do more than the Nielson system. I cannot understand, with all of the other unwanted intrusion in our lives, why cable cannot just do real time ratings as well as take into account DVRs, online viewing, etc...
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