Three modern men try to get in touch with their inner tough guys and redefine what it means to be a real man. Will's grandfather fought in WWII. Will's father fought in Vietnam. Will plays ... See full summary »
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President Gilcrest and his trophy wife are living in the White House, with their overachieving daughter sidetracked by pregnancy, a couch potato hopeless son, a genius young son, and an odd middle school girl.
I will definitely be following future episodes and I would look forward to it, even if it wasn't following Big Bang Theory. I think it is a fresh idea for a comedy. The only reason I didn't rate it as a 10 is that I have a good feeling the writing on this platform will continue to be funnier as the show continues. That is not to take away from this pilots content. Standing on it's own, I would give it a 10 for the idea and opening story line with enough clever writing and comedy to make it feel as though the half hour flew by. The casting of the two male lead characters is perfect. I wouldn't hesitate to say, that most people are likely to know someone similar to David Hornsby and Kevin Dillon and using them to bring together two, completely opposite personalities, was well achieved. David is new to me and I enjoyed his performance, however using Kevin's established character is a good fit for this show. Great job CBS! "How To Be A Gentleman" has my vote. Keep it coming. Thank you.
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