Marny agrees to take care of all four kids for the first time while giving Gary the day off. Elsewhere, the guys agree to help Sheila move out in hopes of retrieving Chris' Giants tickets. Meanwhile,...
Chris decides to throw Ernie's first birthday, but instead of sticking to a more traditional theme decides to take the party in a different direction. Elsewhere, Garyand Marny decide to get back in ...
Centers on Terry Gannon, a recently divorced single mother who temporarily moves in with her estranged father, a beer-swilling former baseball player. She reluctantly starts coaching her ... See full summary »
This show just keeps getting funnier and funnier. I love the flow of the show. It follows three best friends in their early thirties who, I feel, are still growing and learning about parenting and maintaining different relationships. It's a fun take on life and doesn't stray too far from reality. These hilarious characters remind me of my own family. I like that you can relate to every character and their situation.
After watching the Halloween episode I've come to the conclusion that this show is legit. It's funny, engaging and adorable. I love the quick and hilarious remarks Nick and Sheila throw at each other. It's smart and clever and keeps me coming back for more!
I hope it is here to stay!
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