'How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)' has a terrible title, but is not a terrible show

Despite its terrible, Twitter-unfriendly title, ABC's "How To Live With Your Parents (For The Rest Of Your Life)" is decidedly not terrible. Premiering Wednesday, April 3 at 9:30 p.m. EST, "How To Live With Your Parents" embraces its stars -- comedy faves Sarah Chalke, Elizabeth Perkins, and Brad Garrett -- and gives them room to do what they do best. Chalke plays Polly, a recently-divorced single mother left with no other choice but to move back in with her quirky, hippie, sexually liberated mother Elaine and stepfather Max. Polly's overprotective, stifling view of parenting is obviously a sharp contrast to Elaine's free-spirited philosophy. In the first episode, Polly leaves her daughter Natalie with her mother when she goes out on her first post-divorce date. Obviously, hijinks ensue. The show isn't breaking new ground anywhere. It feels like a happy medium between "The New Normal" and "Everybody Loves Raymond," but it manages to feel comfortably familiar...



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