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Soul Man 

Mike Weber is a widowed Episcopal priest who must cope with (among other things) his four children, his obstreperous parishioners in Royal Oak, Michigan, and a wet-behind-the-ears curate ... See full summary »
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2   1  
1998   1997  
1 win & 3 nominations. See more awards »

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Series cast summary:
Dan Aykroyd ...  Rev. Mike Weber 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Anthony Clark ...  Rev. Todd Tucker 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Kevin Sheridan ...  Kenny Weber 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Brendon Ryan Barrett Brendon Ryan Barrett ...  Andy Weber 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Courtney Chase ...  Meredith Weber 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Dakin Matthews ...  Bishop Peter Jerome 25 episodes, 1997-1998
Michael Finiguerra Michael Finiguerra ...  Fred Weber 22 episodes, 1997-1998
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Mike Weber is a widowed Episcopal priest who must cope with (among other things) his four children, his obstreperous parishioners in Royal Oak, Michigan, and a wet-behind-the-ears curate who happens to be the nephew of his bishop. Written by RK

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Before you get to heaven, you have to raise a little hell.

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Comedy | Family

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 April 1997 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Father's Day See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Rev. Mike Webber originally appeared in Season 7 of Home Improvement. See more »

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Referenced in 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments (2004) See more »

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Yet another show that deserved better...
26 May 2000 | by hairsandwichSee all my reviews

Just like "On Our Own" this was a show that made a somewhat taboo subject not so awkward. The whole concept of a preacher being portrayed as a "cool guy" was interesting and it really presented another side of Christianity than the bible thumping discriminating stereotype.

Dan Akroyd was ideal for the part and the whole deal with him being widowed and trying to raise his kids alone really gave the series a sense of realism. It's too bad that all most viewers saw was that he was a preacher and thus the show couldn't be entertaining or have a positive message.


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