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I was clicking around when I found this. I hadn't heard anything about it, but I fell in love with it in the first three minutes. Basically the show gives us the really silly side of raising kids. Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm) and Megan Mulluley (Will and Grace)are terrific as always.
I'm a father with a 14 year old daughter, so I totally relate to the humor, although I think mothers and children are the target audience.
I'm afraid that ABC has decided that it doesn't really want the series, as it apparently has only ordered six episodes and has thrown them on without any advance warning. It is likely that 70% of the people who would have loved the show if ABC had put it on as a new show in September, will never get a chance to sample it.
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