About a grown man (played by John Goodman) who moves back home after coming out that he is gay.
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...  Charlie Gamble 12 episodes, 2000
...  Butch Gamble 7 episodes, 2000
...  Pamela Theresa Gamble-Miller 7 episodes, 2000
...  Joan Gamble 7 episodes, 2000
...  Kimberly Miller 7 episodes, 2000
...  Robbie Miller 7 episodes, 2000
...  Elizabeth 7 episodes, 2000
...  Danny 7 episodes, 2000
...  William 'Bill' Gamble, Sr. 7 episodes, 2000
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About a grown man (played by John Goodman) who moves back home after coming out that he is gay.

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1 November 2000 (USA)  »

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13 Episodes were made but only 7 episodes got to air. See more »

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Joan Gamble: You will never ever guess what happened! It's something wonderful!
William 'Butch' Gamble: Don't be jerkin' my chain about a Menudo reunion!
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Referenced in Saturday Night Live: Lucy Liu/Jay-Z (2000) See more »

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Loud, Crass, and not too funny
20 December 2000 | by See all my reviews

I watched the show pretty regularly until it's recent cancellation. While there were funny bits here and there (mostly in the early episodes), most of the show was loud, crass & way too broadly acted, in the usual Fox Network style. The two parents - played by Orson Bean and Anita Gillette - were particularly tiresome.

The idea of having a non-urban, average-guy gay man as the central character is terrific. But this show had too many characters to juggle; some of the more interesting ones (the ex-wife, the son) had too little to do, while I could've done with less of the sister and the parents.

Given how bad most of the new network comedy shows have been over the last few seasons, I was really hoping this one would be the exception.


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