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The Bill Engvall Show 

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A story revolving around the life of therapist, Bill Pearson, and his family.
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A story revolving around the life of therapist, Bill Pearson, and his family.

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Bill Engvall and Jennifer Lawrence are both left-handed. See more »

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Lauren Pearson: Why did you guys choose to have other children after me?
Susan Pearson: Because we were young, and... stupid.
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Pretty Darn Awful
15 February 2008 | by See all my reviews

This show is pretty darn awful. First off, it fails on every level imaginable. The script made me suicidal. Do you recall the pilot? One of the "funny" parts was when the little kid made the remark, "you haven't WASHED your hands in a while." What? The jokes are terrible.

Next, the characters do incredibly dumb things. In one episode, the mom starts selling muffins to people in Bill's office. She is bringing home hundreds of dollars a day when she would normally just be sitting at home. However, this is to Bill's DISMAY. He hates her doing this! He's such a frigging moron! Then, she has to (get this) work HARD! OH NO! And we, the audience, and supposed to feel sorry for her, instead of saying, "heck with you! you need to work hard to make money!" So whats the message of the story? It's even if you make hundreds of dollars a day, if it's hard, then just be a house wife! And of course the episode ends with that dork going back to being a housewife.


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