Jimmy doesn't mind at 23 sharing his birthday with Maw Maw, although it was hell as a kid, when she had lots of friends and he none. When he turned 18, in his impertinent Goth period (alias 'Drakkar ...
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I love television shows and I watch every show at least till the third episode to give it a chance. I was not sure what to expect for this show and had never heard anything about it previously to pressing play for the pilot episode. After about five minutes, I was hooked. That day i watched all 7 episodes i had missed and never miss it during the week since.
The family drew me to this show the most. Yes a dysfunctional family but very loving and in both these respects it showed a regular family which is much needed on television shows these days.
This show needs to continue and get more publicity.
I especially enjoyed Burt's very ironic comment in the last episode that "shows about babies never last longer than a year." Lets prove him wrong.
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