Men of a Certain Age wrapped up its first season last night wonderfully. The hour proved you can create a series about a bunch of middle-aged guys sitting around talking and leading mostly banal lives, and end up with something special.
What happened? Ray Romano's Joe faced down his gambling addiction and decided 'taking a break forever' was the way to go, although we were meant to remain as dubious about this as his bookie is.
Andre Braugher's Owen left his dad's dealership to work for a rival, only to have Dad finally give him the respect Owen has craved and the job he truly wants. If that sounds trite, it sure wasn't the way Braugher and Richard Gant - who's been doing first-rate work all season as the gruff but aging, ego-bruised dad - played it so beautifully.
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