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Yes, Dear is a comedy about two young couples and their outrageously contrasting views on parenting. First-time parents, Greg and Kim Warner struggle on a daily basis to become perfect at ... See full summary »
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Meet Bill and Judy Miller, a toilet salesman and a dental assistant, two high school lovers who turned in their wild lifestyle to get married years ago. Now, as they creep toward middle age, they have to deal with more "everyday" things, such as their three kids: their intelligent and (to Bill's horror) still sexually-unsure son Brian; their typical drama queen daughter Lauren; and their smug, sarcastic six year old, Tina. With Judy's desperate man-hunting sister Linda, Bill's interfering mother Louise, a lesbian couple living next door and other crazy characters around, it's no wonder that Bill and Judy constantly get into strange (and oft-hilarious) misadventures as they try to prove that they're not too old to have fun. Along the way, they always end up showing that they "still" love each other, no matter what.Written by
[Bill and Judy come to Brian's school]
Oh no, it IS you two!
What do you mean, 'it is us'?
Everyone's saying that a hooker and her parole officer are walking around looking for me. I was hoping...
Hear that, Judy? I'm married to a hooker!
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When the episode "Still Neighbors", which originally aired on September 27, 2004 and featured the final T.V. appearance of Rodney Dangerfield, was rebroadcast on November 1, 2004, the episode contained a message that read; "This episode of Still Standing is dedicated to the memory of Rodney Dangerfield." See more »
I love this show. I think it is funny and realistic.
I think that some sitcoms try to sugarcoat everything, but this isn't one of them. Roseanne tried to show "real" family life, but it ended up going too far. I think that Still Standing hits it right on the money.
The parents do dumb stuff at times, but you know in the end that they love their kids...even if we hardly ever see little Tina. lol
The characters are hysterical and Jami Gertz is just too funny. I love her accent. Every week it has me cracking up. I don't watch too many TV shows, but this is one that I always try to make sure I get to see.
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