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If the plot line was focused on a white father-in-law constantly belittling his Mexican daughter-in-law, there would be outrage. Why then does a major network consider a Mexican belittling his new white son-in-law acceptable? It's not.
Liked Rob Schneider in DEUCE BIGELOW. Liked Cheech Marin in NASH BRIDGES.
Cannot stand either of them in this stupid would-be sitcom. The jokes are so forced and Rob is made out to be a fool rather than simply a nice guy trying hard to adjust to the Mexican family that he married into.
Is this supposed to be an object lesson or what?
Cannot imagine why CBS replaced RULES OF ENGAGEMENT with this tripe, what were they thinking?
UPDATE: Thankfully CBS dumped this trash after just 8 episodes. With any luck, they will never bring it back.
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