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A television show centered around a macho everyman, his loving wife, and their three precocious children.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Jim Belushi ...  Jim 182 episodes, 2001-2009
Courtney Thorne-Smith ...  Cheryl 182 episodes, 2001-2009
Larry Joe Campbell ...  Andy 182 episodes, 2001-2009
Taylor Atelian ...  Ruby 182 episodes, 2001-2009
Billi Bruno ...  Gracie 182 episodes, 2001-2009
Kimberly Williams-Paisley ...  Dana 165 episodes, 2001-2009
Conner Rayburn ...  Kyle 102 episodes, 2004-2009
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A television show centered around a macho everyman, his loving wife, and their three precocious children.

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Official Sites:

ABC [United States]

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USA

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English

Release Date:

3 October 2001 (USA) See more »

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The Dad See more »

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

In season six, episode thirteen, "The At-Bat", the "grown up Kyle" was played by Jim Belushi's real-life son Robert. Also the "mean girl on the bike" at the game, was his real-life daughter, Jamison. Both appeared in the show before. See more »

Goofs

The front porch swing at the house. When there is a picture of the front of the house, the swing is parallel with the front of the house. When there is a scene on the front porch/front door area, the porch swing is perpendicular to the house. See more »

Quotes

Cheryl: [on Jim's behavior] He's brilliant. He's pretending to be a moron to cover up being a jackass.
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Referenced in Nobody's Watching (2006) See more »

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a regular guy just like us
24 July 2007 | by magicmmirrorSee all my reviews

I wish I could say that this show was unusual in it's banality,but it is usual in every way.It has the dumb husband,his smarter but boring and conventional wife, along with the idiotic sidekick for "comic" relief-it sorely needs it.Stale predictable jokes, with even more predictable reactions from the laughtrack, punctuate this noxious mental narcotic's nauseatingly unimaginative plot lines to leave me either physically ill, or in a deep sleep more resembling that of an induced coma. But it might be on for a while yet because it gives the average American a personage to which they can truly identify.A "regular" guy just like you and me.I live in the southern U.S, so to me this show is just the opposite of escapism.Down here, that obnoxious character is everywhere, in some form or another.Seeing him on television is brutal overkill.


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