Al Royal and his wife Victoria had just settled down to retire when their daughter Elizabeth, newly divorced from a man that Al had always hated, moved back home with her three children, Curtis, Kim, and Hillary. Life became turbulent for Al and Victoria, who had worked so hard to "get their children out of the house." Stories revolve around Al and his grandkids, and Victoria and Elizabeth rebuilding their mother/daughter relationship. In the fall of 1991, series star Redd Foxx collapsed and died after the show had completed only seven episodes. After a brief hiatus, the show returned in May 1992 with Jackee ("227") added to the cast as Ruth, the sexy eldest daughter of Al and Victoria, who had returned home. Unable to capture the ratings success of its initial run, the show quietly expired that spring.
Did You Know?
In one episode, while Al ( Redd ) was waiting for a Braves game to come on, the theme song for Sanford and Son can be heard. Al says, " I love this show. I love how he says, "You big dummy!" This is a nod to the hit series 'Sanford and Son', which starred Redd Foxx. See more
I wonder how I know when I'm gonna meet Mr. Right?
Well, first off it's gonna be Dr. Right. And you'll know cause we gonna tell you!