Tucker Pierce is an all-American kid who's keeping his chin up and his hormones down in a world that tries - but can't - push him around. As he and his mom try to make it on their own, ...
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Seth Green goes on vacation and leaves his pet iguana with McKenna, whose parents won't let her have it in the house. Thinking it's the perfect bridge to dating McKenna, Tucker offers to take care of...
Tucker wants to build a half pipe in the backyard, despite Claire's protests that he can't because kids will get hurt and sue, and it will be ugly. However, Tucker won't take no for an answer, and, ...
Tucker Pierce is an all-American kid who's keeping his chin up and his hormones down in a world that tries - but can't - push him around. As he and his mom try to make it on their own, Tucker remains upbeat despite his aunt and her annoying son Leon. In fact, he's already found a positive angle - McKenna, the girl next door. Hanging out with her makes everything great - that and his belief that good times are ahead.Written by
13 episodes were made but NBC only aired 12 of them. See more »
It's nice to see a guy in touch with his feminine side.
Oh believe me, if I HAD a feminine side I'd never stop touching it.
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this is like The Wonder Years with an "R" rating
I watched the first episode last night and I was nearly in tears from laughing so much. Eli Marienthal is a talented and likeable young actor, and could be the next Frankie Muniz if he gets the right roles. About the show---the numerous male adolescent sex jokes and penis jokes did not offend me one bit---this kind of humor is right up my alley. So please, please NBC, do not axe this show like you did with Freaks & Geeks.
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