After a family scandal leaves Mel, a local politician, alone with her niece and nephew, she hires a man named Joe to become the family's male nanny, or "manny".
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 Melanie 'Mel' Burke / ... (104 episodes, 2010-2015)
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 Joseph 'Joe' Longo / ... (104 episodes, 2010-2015)
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 Lennox Scanlon / ... (104 episodes, 2010-2015)
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 Ryder Scanlon / ... (103 episodes, 2010-2015)
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After a family scandal leaves Mel, a local politician, alone with her niece and nephew, she hires a man named Joe to become the family's male nanny, or "manny".

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nephew | niece | politician | nanny | woman | See All (29) »

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A good nanny is hard to find.

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Comedy | Romance

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17 August 2010 (USA)  »

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Melissa ja Joey  »

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Both mentioned while doing TV promos for the show that they had known each other since they were five years old. See more »

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Referenced in American Dad!: My Affair Lady (2015) See more »

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ABC Family has Struck GOLD with Melissa and Joey
4 June 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I actually look forward to watching ABC Family because of this show,Its nice to see a couple on TV with as much chemistry as Melissa Joan Hart and Joey Lawrence. Taylor Spreitler and Nick Robinson add fresh faces and believable characters to an already awesome cast. Love watching the characters develop and come into their own. They actually tackle everyday family issues but without having to revert to terribly fake conversations you often saw characters have in 90's sitcoms. I grew up learning more from Mr. Feeny than I did from most of my teachers until I got to College, this show gives me hope the world will be filled with more Aunt Mel's than Kim Kardashians.


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