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Retired at 35 

TV-PG | | Comedy | TV Series (2011–2012)
Most people would aspire to be able to retire at the age of 35. And successful business executive David does just that when he decides to leave New York behind and move to Florida ... into ... See full summary »

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2012   2011  
Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. Another 1 nomination. See more awards »

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...  Alan Robbins 20 episodes, 2011-2012
...  David Robbins 20 episodes, 2011-2012
...  Brandon 20 episodes, 2011-2012
...  Elaine Robbins 20 episodes, 2011-2012
...  Amy Robbins 10 episodes, 2012
...  Jessica Sanders 10 episodes, 2011
...  Richard 10 episodes, 2011-2012
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Most people would aspire to be able to retire at the age of 35. And successful business executive David does just that when he decides to leave New York behind and move to Florida ... into his parents' retirement community. David then impregnates his mother's elderly neighbor while still hoping to reconnect with his parents and re-evaluate his life by moving closer to them.

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19 January 2011 (USA)  »

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Пенсионер на 35  »

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Embarrassing!
5 March 2014 | by See all my reviews

Full disclosure: I only watched one episode (I couldn't take more than that). What's embarrassing is to have a cast of long-time respected actors (George Segal, Jessica Walter and George Wyner) in such a series. There were certainly some funny lines, but someone decided that EVERY line was not only funny, but hysterical, so the entire episode is filled with distractingly uproarious laughter start to finish. An example: guy at the bar on the phone wants to impress nearby woman with his name-dropping and refers to Warren Buffet as "Buff-hay." Hysterical laughter. He goes on to explain that man is the inventor of the buffet (again, "buff-hay"). Hysterical laughter. Then his friend comes over and "explains the joke," saying, "It's Warren Buffet" (correct pronunciation). Hysterical laughter! I'm sure Buffet didn't invest in this one.


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