The Henrys have a new upstairs neighbor who turns the TV up too high and is interested in getting to know Mike personally. Eve's new friend is a lesbian and Ian finds her attractive. Mike's sister tries to start a new job.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dwayne Clark ...
Singing Waiter #1
Ali Ewoldt ...
Singing Waiter #2
Handsome Waiter (as Derek Roche)
Christina Rodriguez ...
Singing Waiter #4 (credit only)
Christopher Sears ...
Goth Guy


Mike develops a crush on his new upstairs neighbor Kelly, a newly divorced woman. Eve tries to become best friends with a girl she thinks is a lesbian. Leigh pretends that Graham is her son to bond with other single mothers. Written by Victor Nelli, Jr.

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26 September 2013 (USA)  »

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16:9 HD
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Michael J. Fox is a good actor but his show isn't so good.
25 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

I don't know, I just disliked this. It's only 50%. Not a fresh sow rotten. The acting is only mediocre. Michael J. Fox try's hi best but his acting abilities have somewhat faded The scrip for this episode was horribly weak. The show has no jokes what so ever, and every time the episode tried to crack a joke, the joke just fell flat. Michael J. Fox should stick to voicing the lead in animated films as that's what he's best at during the current moment. The cast is bland at best, and the plot is just held together by a string, and nothing comes off as interesting. The characters themselves are lame and Juliette Goglia's character, Eva who is Michael J. Fox's daughter comes off as an annoying jerk, who is just unlikable. Altogether, the show just feel off, and un-necessary. I truly fell this show should just be pulled, not worth wasting time on this one. Michael j. Fox is trying but this show isn't the one to do that with.

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