30-something dads struggle as parents because they are still children at heart.
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Every Parents Show!
6 March 2013 | by See all my reviews

I think NBC is finally getting back to their old "Must See TV" roots! Between this show and Matthew Perry's Go On, you have filled a void long over due! The emptiness from the loss of Friends has been somewhat fulfilled by this "parents-now" version of Friends-like show! Jimmy Fallon is genius and every time my husband and I watch it there is a scene we can identify with or... It sends us down memory lane when we ourselves as parents were in the same situation! Please, please, please, keep this one around for us 30-something's who don't want to watch the filth, crime scene, or just plain ridiculous other sitcoms and dramas on prime time!


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