Set in the Allegheny mountains of the late 1700s, three brothers are separated from their parents when a vengeful land baron runs them off their homestead. With the help of a young Native ... See full summary »
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A year after his father's fatal accident, Joe Roman returns to Philadelphia to collect his share of his Dad's estate, a car customizing business. His reunion with Claire and his half-brothers is a little rocky. Despite her best efforts, Claire is struggling to keep the business afloat. Fifteen-year-old Matt, tormented by a number of teen crises both real and imagined, harbors a lot of resentment toward Joe. And Andy, a wildly imaginative seven-year-old, can't quite hide his need for a father figure. It doesn't take Joe long to realize how much he's needed, so he accepts Claire's offer to move in and work in the family business. Downstairs in the garage, Joe works alongside his father's pit-crew chief, the slightly scrambled Lloyd, and Lou, a feisty conceptual artist/mechanic. The romantic tension between Lou and Joe grows as the two try to maintain a working relationship. Upstairs, Joe is becoming a part of the family he never knew, with all the adjustments, responsibilities, joys and...Written by
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I just rediscovered this show that I used to watch when I was in elementary school and have to say that it's held up really well. The three brothers are so great together and the story lines are always hilarious for people of all ages. This show is enjoyable even if this is the first time you've seen it. Unfortunately, it's very difficult to find. The relationship between Lou and Joe is well developed, and Andy is one of the most realistic kids I've seen on TV. Overall, if you ever have a chance to see the show, I would. My family ranges from 2-40 and every person in my family adores this show. The concept is different than the family shows that come out today.
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