5 years after Patrick Easten Murphy is released from the starring role of a pilot, he finds himself still chasing the dream. But, with his wife headed back to work, he must do the chasing with his young children in tow.
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 Patrick Easten Murphy 9 episodes, 2013-2015
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 Gabrielle Murphy 9 episodes, 2013-2015
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 Stan Hammer 8 episodes, 2013-2015
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 Michael Murphy 8 episodes, 2013-2015
Elliot Lee ...
 Fiona Murphy 8 episodes, 2013-2015
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5 years after Patrick Easten Murphy is released from the starring role of a pilot, he finds himself still chasing the dream. But, with his wife headed back to work, he must do the chasing with his young children in tow.

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When Mom Gets Hired, Dad Gets Burned

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$3,000 (estimated)
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Stay at home dad who is still trying to make it in show business
28 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

With the show Burn Notice as inspiration, Poop Notice really focuses on the details. From the character names to the voice over to the props Poop Notice really captures the Burn Notice style and is a must see for any Burn Notice fan. Pay particular attention to the show's opening--copied shot for shot from the Burn Notice show opening. My favorite episode is #6 where Patrick and Bri interview babysitters. They captured the comedy and frustration with just their facial expressions. Another great episode is #7 where Patrick's agent explains why Patrick can't be an action hero. Lastly, I love the interaction Patrick has with his writing partner and the kids. Whether or not you have kids you will enjoy Patrick's plight in Hollywood and his challenges with his profession as an actor and a dad. It is a great series that is funny without being profane. A glimpse into real life with kids--unfiltered!


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