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Watch three generations of family dysfunction survive everyday life and still stay cool.
Sean Finnerty is a young dad trying to raise three kids while keeping his beautiful wife, overly critical father and loitering brother at bay. Married at 18, Sean works in construction in New York City while dealing with his now 14-year-old daughter and two young boys who attend Catholic schools.
Enjoy this light-hearted comedy which tackles the tough role of being the young, cool dad, while coping with adult not-so-cool responsibilities.
Starring: Donal Logue, Megyn Price, Kevin Corrigan, Lynsey Bartilson, Jake Burbage, Griffin Frazen, Richard Riehle and loaded with bonus features From Ashes to Ashton - An Interview with Ashton Kutcher, He Ain't Eddie, He's My Brother - An Interview with Kevin Corrigan, Sibling Revelry - Interviews with Jake Burbage and Griffin Frazen, Bloopers and Season Two Highlights
I love the show but, the DVD picture quality is horrible not HD clear at all, wish it was clearer.Published 6 months ago by savers club
Arrived in good condition. Not so much the family friendly show I thought it would be. Some very adult themes in this comedy. Overall somewhat entertaining.Published 8 months ago by Julie
I like it. just plain old family fun. The dad is at times a little over the top but it helps you to see that normal is in the eye of the beholderPublished 18 months ago by Paul J. Olson
The movie shipped early, and came as described. It comes with three disks with all of the episodes in season 2. I love it!Published 23 months ago by Laura
Keeps me laughing. The quality is great, just like the original show without commercials. Definitely look forward to adding seasons to my collection!Published 24 months ago by birdie
didn't know it has so many seasons but im glad. laughed my butt off the whole time. It will never get old.Published on June 11, 2013 by SHEREDIA BUTLER
Great show, I had forgotten how much I enjoyed it. Uncle Eddie is a classic. Will need to buy the first season.Published on April 11, 2013 by Joe in Brentwood