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Thomas Haden Church,
I love this show! I don't watch a lot of TV, but ran upon Are We There Yet in rerun mode while channel surfing for something good to watch; (not a lot out there). It's funny and all of the actors are great in their roles; the characters are so believable and compliment each other like clockwork. There's only one character I don't like much and that's the children's real father -- he's a total jerk! As I said I don't watch any of what's on TV now -- too many reality this and that, courtroom idiocy and silly talk shows, etc. I think Are We There Yet should have been given a greater chance to run; it's a good clean show and it doesn't portray the Black family in the screwball stereotypical way television usually does. I'm waiting and watching for Are We There Yet to come out on DVD or Amazon Video -- HURRY!
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