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Karen Malina White
Please stop comparing this show as, "Finally another all American black family like the Cosby show", this isn't getting the job done. Ross and Warner are not the ideal parents and not only that they don't match. Ross seems twice the age of Warner and having the oldest children call Warner "Dad" doesn't make it any better. Youngest isn't always the funniest. This show just isn't on my must see list. I would set my DVR if I knew that I was going to be out when it aired here, no longer is that the case...if I miss it that's fine and if I catch it it's because there isn't anything else on. I'm trying to stay tuned but the more I try to watch the more tuned out I become. Is it me or do the parents seem to favor the youngest child over the other two children. I'm disappointed but I'm going to try to keep supporting it as long as I can stand it...Season II anyone.
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