A middle aged son moves in with his old fashion dad.
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This show is about Ed Goodson a very old fashion guy who has a shotgun on the wall and wears fishing jackets living his life how he likes, until one day his youngest son moves in with him and a lot of funny stuff happens with Ed, his two sons and the older one's wife.

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23 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Beep My Dad Says  »

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The show is based on Justin Halpern's Twitter feed "Shit My Dad Says" which was also turned into a best-selling book. See more »

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Referenced in To Be Takei (2014) See more »

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Out of the Ball Park!
1 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Shatner pulls another one out of his... @$$. Of course with the executive producers from Will & Grace, things can only be first class. Well... mostly. The funny lines of Shatner and his own comedy talents make up for the short falling of the rest of the show. Ideally, nothing is ever perfect. (In a perfect world, William Shatner would not have to buy hair...) Expect lots of star cameos and witty writing. Expect a lot of stepping on political correctness and spanking it's @$$. After all, that's what this series is all about... PC meets Old School.

Shatner does not look 79...more like 59... and "Henry" looks to be in his thirties...which he is (31). Therefore, the premise works, unlike "Retired at 35". Sadowski is superior to McClain by far...although we could have hoped for Zach Braff to take the lead role of "Henry". Second string ain't bad...but the snap of a seasoned star like Braff would have helped tremendously to support the wit of the lead "Ed" played by Shatner...brilliantly as usual.

The writing is coming along to support the premise and the main characters...but has not yet bloomed into its potential. Bottom line...the best new show of the season on any network. Perhaps the best show on any network... period. Including "Two and a Half Men" and "The Big Bang Theory." My VCR is set. I never miss it.


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