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Two couples---with dramatically different parenting styles---raise their kids in L.A. Neurotic first-time parents Greg and Kim fuss over their infant's every twitch, while Kim's laid-back sister Christine and her husband, Jimmy, don't particularly mind their kids becoming TV zombies.
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Aug 2, 2018 6:46PM EDT
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Much of the show's humor comes from the fact that all four adult leads are largely stock characters. Greg is the stereotypical "nice guy", constantly being henpecked by his high-strung wife. Both the upper-middle-class Warners contrast to the decidedly working-class, less-restrained Hugheses; Jimmy has an oafish personality and Christine is somewhat more crass.

From the third season, the show's production and writing staff tried to move away from the stock-character humor, adding more physical comedy to the scripts in an effort to increase ratings.

Greg Warner (Clark) is a motion picture executive, and Kim Warner (Kelly) is a stay-at-home mother to Sammy and, later, Emily. Living in the Warners' guest house are Kim's sister Christine Hughes (Snyder), her husband Jimmy Hughes (O'Malley), and their sons Dominic (Joel Homan) and Logan (Brendon Baerg).

Much of the show's humor comes from the fact that all four adult leads are largely stock characters. Greg is the stereotypical "nice guy", constantly being henpecked by his high-strung wife. Both the upper-middle-class Warners contrast to the decidedly working-class, less-restrained Hugheses; Jimmy has an oafish personality and Christine is somewhat more crass.

From the third season, the show's production and writing staff tried to move away from the stock-character humor, adding more physical comedy to the scripts in an effort to increase ratings.

Greg Warner (Clark) is a motion picture executive, and Kim Warner (Kelly) is a stay-at-home mother to Sammy and, later, Emily. Living in the Warners' guest house are Kim's sister Christine Hughes (Snyder), her husband Jimmy Hughes (O'Malley), and their sons Dominic (Joel Homan) and Logan (Brendon Baerg).

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Jun 24, 2015 1:17PM EDT
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Pretty funny

Pretty funny