A family sitcom about an overbearing mother, who babies her prized son, neglects the other and lives in immediate proximity to them both? Where have I seen that before? Sure they change the family from Italian to Jewish and the main character is single rather than having a family of his own, but there is no denying that this show screams a modernized version of Everybody Loves Raymond even if it is supposed to be a loose retelling of creators Mark Feuerstein and Dana Klein’s living situation during his work on Royal Pains. Regardless the talented cast had me intrigued and thus began a slow 16 weeks.
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