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Andrew Dice Clay
Gaby's mother Jean strives for perfection while stepdad Steven is easygoing concerning the 11-year-old. Best friend Jane's mom Dorie is more permissive. The girls have pesky younger brothers Evan and Neal plus Gaby's bossy sis Samantha.
This show was awesome that never really got a chance from Dice haters!!!
This was a pleasantly surprisingly funny sitcom that came out in 1995. The Honeymooners feel of this show worked. I thought the chemistry between Dice and Cathy Moriarty was the perfect Ralph & Alice. And Andrew Clay wasn't Dice in this show. He reminded me of plenty of the Jewish/Italian dads I knew growing up in New York City. They worked hard, seemed annoyed with life at times, but truly loved their wife and kids. And Lenny & Phyllis were Trudy & Ed Norton.
Unfortunately, before this show even premiered, people were boycotting it because "Dice" was in it. So stupid people were not to give this a chance. It was funny and real. Problem was we were in the middle of a politcally correct time. People complained, CBS buckled, and the show was no more. What a shame...it was one of the few new shows in 1995 that I loved.
Incidentally, one of the few people who actually gave Dice a chance was my Dad. HE HATED DICE!!! But he watched the pilot and enjoyed it greatly. He was as upset as I was when the show was cancelled prematurely.
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