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Ryan Patrick McGuffey,
With ruthless US and Japanese investment banks circling Tuftons, a struggling two-hundred-year-old, family-run British bank, can its bumbling, incompetent chairman, Sir Charles Bunbury, fend off the onslaught and save the bank?
John Michael Higgins
Don't get your expectations high but it's nice to have Kelsey Grammar back in a regular sitcom. Dr. Frasier Crane is no longer the character but he plays Hank Pryor, a former CEO from New York City, who returns home to small-town Virginia with his wife played by Melinda McGraw who could hold her own against Grammar's television status. They have two children-a teenage daughter Maddie and a pre-teen son, Henry. For Hank, he has come from a lavish style of living on Park Avenue to a house that needs repairs and to rebuild his life which includes rebuilding his relationship with his children. Hank treats his family as the Pryor Corporation but that has changed. This show might relate to some business executives who found themselves at the bottom and starting all over again in life. I think the show needs a chance to grow and evolve. Tim Koepchner plays, Grady, his blue-collar brother-in-law does add some potential humor. I think it's not a bad show and needs to work but it needs time. Even Frasier needed time to grow and succeed in primetime.
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