The first season of Men of a Certain Age introduced us to the divorcing Joe (Ray Romano), a party supply store owner with a gambling problem, family man Owen (Andre Braugher) who hated selling cars for his overbearing father and learned he has diabetes, and fading actor Terry who floundered as he tried to either revive his career or find a new one but who never floundered with women.
We pick up where the season one finale left off: Joe is dipping into the dating pool and serious about quitting gambling, though living in his old bookie Manfro’s (who’s back and funnier than ever) neighborhood could be a complication. Owen is now the boss of Thoreau Motors but both his father and the specter of super salesman Marcus loom over him. Terry is trying to grow up as he works for Owen selling cars, but it’s not easy–for Terry or Owen. This premiere is an excellent set-up for a season that promises to provide much story and character growth.
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