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Kurt Fuller and Debra Jo Rupp played middle aged parents to Mia and Maddie in New York City. First, I would have changed the location somewhere else. New York City has been done to death. Anyway, the sitcom focuses on the elder couple and their two daughters. Maddie is a lawyer who lives with her male partner in a fabulous apartment in the city. Mia is her younger sister who finds love, happiness, and baby on the way with her boyfriend fiancé of seven weeks. Of course, there are moments where they show the differences between a new couple, the long-term couple, and the veteran couple whether in the taxi or in bed or on the couch. I love Debra Jo Rupp who can prove that she's just as good if not better than her previous sitcom fame as the loving seventies mom.
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