Til Death 4 Seasons 2009

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Season 4
(6) IMDb 7.8/10
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During preparations to build a backyard oasis, Eddie (Brad Garrett) and Joy's (Joely Fisher) daughter Ally (Lindsey Broad) returns from Ecuador.

Starring:
Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher
Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
October 2, 2009

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Doug and Ally Return

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Season 4

Product Details

Genres Comedy
Director Rob Schiller
Starring Brad Garrett, Joely Fisher
Supporting actors Timm Sharp, Lindsey Broad
Season year 2010
Network Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
Producers Rodney Barnes, Barbara Brace, Desiree Finigan, Alyson Fouse, Brad Garrett, Janis Hirsch, Sandi B. Hochman, Dean Lorey, Don Reo, Glenn Robbins, Kevin Rooney, Annette Sahakian Davis, Frank Sebastiano, James Vallely, Doug Wald, J.J. Wall
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Customer Reviews

He's extremely talented.
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The environmentalist boyfriend is so irritating, especially how he is always thinking that he is a in sitcom.
Laura Orsinger
Unfortunately, for season 3, the Woodcocks were removed from the show.
Enjolras

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Enjolras TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 28, 2009
Format: DVD
At first, I was excited to see Brad Garrett of Raymond fame star in his own show. With Joely Fisher as his wife, Joy, the couple is extremely cynical. At first, the couple had a young couple as neighbors, the Woodcocks. Unfortunately, for season 3, the Woodcocks were removed from the show.Without, the show got boring and the remaining characters annoying. Garret's character, Eddie, is just too cynical and never really endearing. Eddie and Joy's daughter and son-and-law are simply annoying. The son-and-law is a farcical hippy whose anti-consumerism becomes irritating, even for me. Kenny, the black guy who randomly lives in Eddie's house, has his moments, but ultimately seems contrived. At the end of the day, "Til Death" was the victim of producers who didn't know how to make a good comedy. By taking out the Woodcocks and replacing them with Kenny and the son-in-law, they killed "Til Death"'s potential as the next "Raymond." You might get a few laughs, but the magic is gone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By K. Ford on April 24, 2010
Format: DVD
I watched Til Death from the start and enjoy the relationship between the Starks and the Woodcocks. I didn't like when they took them off the show and added Kenny. It wasn't a smart move, but this season they were moving in the right direction making the relationship between Eddie and Joy the main focus on the show. Its funny to see Joy and Eddie working together. Some of my favorites were Joy's Mom, Hi-Def TV, Joy's out of work and Seperate Beds. I have purchased Seasons 1,2,3 and will buy season 4!!
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Season 4 is completely moronic. I have no idea what the producers were thinking. Season 1 started out strong. I absolutely loved the show. Season 2 was good as well, but when Jeff and Steph left, the whole show went downhill fast. No wonder it was cancelled. It took me a while to take a liking to Kenny because I thought he was over-the-top, but he was funny sometimes. Just when I started to somewhat like his character, the producers made him disappear, too. Season 4 has been one of the stupidiest pieces of trash I have ever watched. I can't stand Ally and her annoying "boyfriend", not to mention Ally is played by 4 diferent actresses, all which I cannot stand. The environmentalist boyfriend is so irritating, especially how he is always thinking that he is a in sitcom. It may have been funny at first, but it was totally overplayed. Eddie is a total jerk in the last season and not funny at all. I also hate Duffy with a passion. Her acting stinks. It's like nails on a chalkboard whenever she enters a scene. Did I mention I am so sick of hearing about Joy's breasts? I'm so over it. I just watched the "cartoon" episode and it had to be the lamest episode I have ever seen. I can't believe this show turned into such a train wreck. What a shame. The episodes are all over the place with no continunity. I will NEVER watch this season again. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
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