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Fred and Jackie Hansen are a middle-aged couple who have to deal with the reverse of "empty nest syndrome" when their two adult sons move back in with them, one with his family in tow.Written by
This was definitely less than the sum of its parts. It really had nothing much to recommend it beyond the unusual pairing of Hal Linden and Suzanne Pleshette--and they didn't make too many sparks together, though both are much loved individually. The sons were dull, the grandkids were dull, and the show as a whole added up to not much. It's no wonder this didn't last long.
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