Life in Pieces (2015– )
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#TBT: House Destiny Introduction Retirement 

The quirky history of the Short family is revealed.

Director:

Chad Lowe

Writers:

Justin Adler (created by), Sarah Tapscott | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Colin Hanks ... Greg
Betsy Brandt ... Heather
Thomas Sadoski ... Matt
Zoe Lister-Jones ... Jen
Dan Bakkedahl ... Tim
Angelique Cabral ... Colleen
Niall Cunningham ... Tyler (credit only)
Holly J. Barrett ... Samantha (as Holly Barrett) (credit only)
Giselle Eisenberg ... Sophia (credit only)
Hunter King ... Clementine (credit only)
Ana Sophia Heger ... Lark (credit only)
James Brolin ... John
Dianne Wiest ... Joan
John Brotherton ... Wyatt
Kate Miner ... Lindsay
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The quirky history of the Short family is revealed.

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-PG
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Language:

English

Release Date:

26 April 2018 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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I Can See Clearly Now
(uncredited)
Performed by Johnny Nash
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Perfect filmmaking
5 May 2018 | by supermaggieSee all my reviews

This is a warm, clever show who does what a show/movie should do: it observes peacefully what humans do/social interactions on a larger or (in this case) smaller level and then portrays these many typical human actions/(sometimes) craziness or flaws in a positive, humorous way - without ridiculing anybody or even spreading hate for political prapaganda reasons like too many other shows are doing recently - at least so far Life in Pieces has not defamed other nations/Europeans/ Germans like other shows love to do (uncalled for). This episode is especially well done because it takes a look at the past of the characters - again with fun and without (harmful) mockery/always with a smile. I loved the last section the most, the bit about John retiring was so fresh and great and hilarious - this is creative, true, positive filmmaking, way to go!!


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