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I thought this was better than Tom Arnold's earlier attempt at a series. In this one, he played a family man living near the dump as he tried to finish building a dream house for his family. Although he never quite got it finished past a huge hole in the ground, the show's high points came from his attempts to control his crazy kids, among which was the always hilarious Jason Marsden. The funniest parts were when it came to the two of them facing off on each other. If only this series had had a decent time spot, I think it could have been a hit !
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