My Two Dads - You Can Count on Me!
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"...endearing and enduring entertainment." - Christel Loar, PopMatters.com
It is often said that two is better than one. And for a young girl named Nicole Bradford, the old adage would be put to the test. With the untimely death of her mother, she learned that her mom had been splitting her romantic time between two men, and upon her death, both were awarded custody of the girl. Such was the premise of the television sitcom, My Two Dads.
This feel-good family sitcom promises to put a smile on your face with each episode! When 12-year old Nicole Bradford is left orphaned by her mother's passing, Judge Margaret Wilbur places her in the custody of two quarreling former best friends, both of whom are suspected of being her biological father: conservative financial advisor Michael Taylor (Paul Reiser, Mad About You) and liberal artist Joey Harris (Greg Evigan, TekWar). The mix-ups of two single straight men raising a teen-aged daughter provided the story each week.
Top Customer Reviews
My Two Dads is so good. Greg Evigan and Paul Riser are a brilliant combination. I have laughed up a storm watching these. Not to mention, the writing is so creative. If you are looking for lots of laughs, you won't be disappointed. I LOVE THIS SHOW! I hope they put the 3rd season on DVD soon. I would love to see it in reruns on one of the nostalgia stations.
I now have this in my collection and can watch this anytime I want. I will be watching this over and over again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I jumped into my way back machine when I sat down to watch the show. It was fun familiar situation comedy that didn't need to be outrageous or vulgar to make good comedy.Published on January 15, 2014 by Kellee
I was and still am a big fan of "My Two Dads". I had great writers and great actors, making for a great show. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by Coop