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House Husbands is a wonderful show that follows the lives of 4 particular families. Although similar to shows such as Modern Family and The New Normal, this show is based around Drama rather than comedy and is full of exciting ups and downs for the viewers to experience. I think that this show is a complete success with lovable characters that are easy to become attached to and great, intense yet easy to follow story lines that make watching so much more enjoyable. With realistic events and characters this is a great show. Some people may feel that story lines are cheesy but with no repetition and entertaining new ideas and issues each episode, this show is never boring to watch.
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