As the Torkelsons move in with the Morgans in Seattle, both families have difficulty adjusting to each other. Molly attempts to help Dorothy Jane dress hip, while Gregory takes advantage of Mary Sue ...
Molly crashes her Dad's car into the house, right into Mrs. Torkelson's room. While her room is being repaired, Mrs. Torkelson is given Molly's room to sleep in and Molly ends up being Dorothy Jane's...
As a single mother of five, Mrs. Millicent Torkelson is a do-it-yourselfer with a flair for finding ingenious ways to make ends meet and making the best of bad times. Her oldest daughter ... See full summary »
Ricky Wilder has been through a bad marriage and is now raising a young daughter. When her parents die, she moves back to her old home to be the guardian to her two teenage siblings. As if ... See full summary »
Mary Page Keller,
Oh, this marriage thing. There's no fooling around, this time. Jack and Carly have both done this, before. He's done it once; she's been through it twice. This time is different, though. ... See full summary »
Six teams compete through a series of physical and mental challenges as it narrows down to only one team given the privilege to enter a mysterious temple in order to retrieve an artifact ... See full summary »
Dee Bradley Baker,
Otis Drexell is a corporate raider who is known for getting the deal done. After he is caught red-handed for dodging taxes, he's given a suspended sentence on the condition that he teaches ... See full summary »
Having a hard time making ends meet after her divorce, Millicent Torkelson moves her three children to Seattle, where she becomes the nanny to the spoiled Morgan children.Written by
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This series features cameos from both Ben Affleck (episode four: "Is That All There Is?") and Jared Leto (episode five: "The Fox and the Hound"), who would later go on to play Batman and The Joker in the DC Extended Universe. See more »
This show, a spin-off of The Torkelsons, was great. But all Disney sitcoms never seem to last long. And some are actually good (a few though). A big primetime producer (ex. CBS) should have had this show on their network, with Disney the producer. Something like that. We need shows like this. Where are they?
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