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Rob Schneider is back in a new sitcom where he plays a landscape architect who marries Maggie, a Mexican American woman, and her entire family including his father-in-law played great by Cheech Marin and a supporting Mexican American cast including Lope Oliveros as Maggie's grandmother. The cast is fine but the writing could be better at times. It's silly sometimes but don't take it seriously. They're still working out the kinks and there is some laughs from it. It's not the greatest sitcom in the world but it's okay. I liked Cheech Marin and Rob Schneider as father-in-law who runs a chain of car washes and Rob as Rob, the clueless son-in-law. Like I wrote there are some laughs at cheap expenses sometimes. I hope they take the time to really explore Mexican American family life like they did on the George Lopez Show. Well at least, it's different sitcom with a family flavor to see generations under one roof. It's based on Rob Schneider's real life experiences with his own in-laws. I'm sure it's loosely based but it's worth just passing the time between shows.
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