A trust-fund baby who is cut off by his dad is forced to move in with his wife's estranged sister.A trust-fund baby who is cut off by his dad is forced to move in with his wife's estranged sister.A trust-fund baby who is cut off by his dad is forced to move in with his wife's estranged sister.
Hmmm, it is broke and can't be fixed
Why did someone believe Pauley Perrette could be the lead in a comedy? She might have generated a chuckle on NCIS, but never did her performance indicate the had the timing of a comedy actor. The premise of the show is somewhat standard by today's standards: single mom with son has a family member return hope, in this case a sister, and hijinks result as the Jeffersons have to move in with the Bunkers. Actually, that would be funnier. Here it's just a rich sister whose husband, born with a silver spoon in his mouth, has to accept he has lost the family fortune and now is living with a hardworking middle class sister-in-law; Has to be funny, right? Nope. No chemistry among cast members and plot just falls flat.I will be surprised if they run episode two, but with many viewers who love such dross, you never know.
- Apr 3, 2020
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