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A comical look at the lives of three grown men who still live with their mother. As a family they decide to open an Italian restaurant. They soon find the restaurant business a challenge full of surprises that create humorous situations. But the Valentinos stick together through all the ups and downs because they are family.
I don't know what this last reviewer is talking about, what show was he/she watching? I think La Trattoria, is a fresh approach to a sitcom, it's something new with a reality feel to it and I thought it was funny. I would like to see more of it. What can I say, I liked it, I thought the scenario and storyline was pretty good. Maybe it's not as slick as some of the American sitcoms, but I think it's intentional, to make it feel like you're in the moment. And criticizing great actors like Doris Roberts and Robert Loggia for being in this show is crazy. These actors have been around for a long time, they get a lot of scripts sent to them, I'm sure they are selective of the projects they work on, and they select the projects they like and feel have potential to be good for them and that's what they did with La Trattoria.
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