Michael Taylor and Joey Harris who were friends 13 years ago, are informed that a girl they both dated, passed away and they're named in her will. And what she left them is her 12 year old daughter ...
When Marcy Bradford dies, she leaves her teenage daughter, Nicole, in the custody of a father she never met; or rather, two fathers - Michael, a straight-laced and formal man, and Joey, a wild artist. Both were Marcy's ex-boyfriends, and together, they provide a unique balance of parenting skills for Nicole.Written by
I remember this funny but weird comedy series from the late 80's, I watched a few episodes from time to time. It is odd for a girl or any person for that matter to have two dads, but I guess it is possible in this crazy world we live in. The series was well written and featured good acting from Staci Keanan, Paul Reiser, and Greg Evigan. Let me explain 12 year-old Nicole (Staci Keanan) is in an unusual situation. She has two fathers. Years ago neurotic business student Michael (Paul Reiser) and free-spirited painter Joey (Greg Evigan) had loved the same woman only to both broken up with her and they had not seen her again. Later their ex-flame had died and both Joey and Michael learned she had a daughter by one of them, but no one knew which one. So the tough but firm Judge Wilbur played perfectly by Florence Stanley awarded joint custody of Nicole to them both. It was very fun watching the many episodes to experience the growing pains all three had. Each learned about life and love.
8 of 19 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this