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How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) 

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A woman faces the ups and downs of moving back in with her parents, along with her young daughter.

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Claudia Lonow
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Series cast summary:
Sarah Chalke ...  Polly Green-Tatham 13 episodes, 2013
Elizabeth Perkins ...  Elaine Green 13 episodes, 2013
Jon Dore ...  Julian Tatham 13 episodes, 2013
Rachel Eggleston ...  Natalie Tatham 13 episodes, 2013
Stephanie Hunt ...  Jenn 13 episodes, 2013
Brad Garrett ...  Max Green 13 episodes, 2013
Joe Wengert ...  Gregg 11 episodes, 2013
Abigail Eschete Abigail Eschete ...  Young Polly Green 8 episodes, 2013
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A woman faces the ups and downs of moving back in with her parents, along with her young daughter.

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3 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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Because a main cast member left early in production many scenes had to be re-shot that resulted in the episodes being shown out of order causing many continuity errors. For example Julian moved into a playhouse before he built in a later episode. See more »

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Featured in Chelsea Lately: Episode #7.66 (2013) See more »

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Seems nice, had 4-5 LOL moments...
4 April 2013 | by agarwaengrcSee all my reviews

I'm more of a lurker than a reviewer, but I find that current reviews and ratings of this series (the pilot episode) deviate too much from its true worth. First the good: This series has higher than average (sitcom- wise) production values. It doesn't feel plastic, and it doesn't feel like everything is happening inside a studio (except the job scenes). Then the acting, especially that of the parents is really solid (and even the daughter's, and kid actors nailing a part is hard). The script doesn't exclusively rely on pun quantity (in other sitcoms actor's just sit there saying weird outlandish stuff one after the other in the hopes that one of them clicks...) and it does deliver some real laugh-out-loud moments (few though) and I haven't laughed with a sitcom in years. OK, maybe I chuckle with every fourth episode of Modern Family (it's getting better) but that's it.

The bad: there are some cliché stuff and a little contrived sentimentality, there are some unfunny situations, and while weird characters are interesting, the divorced husband guy and the mother is more of a caricature (BTW parents are more or less ripped off from meet the Fockers I think, but funnier)


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