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Michael Kyle is a man on a tragically funny quest for the perfect "traditional" family while his wife searches for her own path in life.

Latest episodes

aired 1,324 days ago
Michael steps in to save Kady's soccer team from Janet's overbearing coaching style.
aired 1,325 days ago
An encounter with Michael's stunning ex-girlfriend prompts Janet to get a makeover; on a dare, Junior tries to steal a bra from the girls' locker room.
aired 1,325 days ago
After the children tease him about getting old, Michael pretends to injure his back playing Twister so they will have to cater to his every whim.
aired 1,325 days ago
Janet and Michael are astounded when their often dim-witted son shines on an IQ test, ranking him as a genius.
aired 1,325 days ago
Michael seeks advice from Junior on how to handle Janet's office persona; the cast re-enacts scenes from the movie "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial."
aired 1,326 days ago
Junior asks Michael for boxing lessons so he can protect his sister's honor.
aired 1,327 days ago
Michael tries to get his parents (Denise Nichols, Charlie Robinson) to begin speaking to each other again.
aired 1,327 days ago
Michael agrees to let Claire go on her first date with Tony, but only on condition that it is a double date with Janet and himself.
aired 1,327 days ago
Dinner at a Japanese restaurant gets worse when the Kyles are seated with the annoying Tyler family.
aired 1,327 days ago
Michael is even more disillusioned about eating out after Janet convinces him to go to a Japanese restaurant.
aired 1,331 days ago
A family trip to Paul Revere's house tests everyone's nerves.
aired 1,331 days ago
Michael tries to get his always-tardy family dressed and out the door to a wedding within just 15 minutes.
aired 1,332 days ago
Marriage counselors back Michael's belief that he's entitled to some time alone after spending time with Janet, much to her dismay.
aired 1,333 days ago
Michael and Janet's romantic overtures are seen on the Internet after Jr. gets new computer equipment.
aired 1,333 days ago
After a bad business decision costs Jay her job, she becomes a homemaker.
aired 1,333 days ago
The kids get more than they bargained for after Jr. dares Claire to eat Michael's slice of lemon meringue pie.
aired 1,333 days ago
Janet convinces Michael to have a procedure during a physical examination.
aired 1,334 days ago
Kady treats the school hamster that Michael accidentally killed as though it is still alive; Michael catches Claire in a lie.
aired 1,336 days ago
Michael takes living life to its fullest a little too far after his accountant (Doug Banks) unexpectedly dies.
aired 1,339 days ago
Fed up with Michael's parenting style, the children confront their father with a description of the ideal dad.
aired 1,339 days ago
The household becomes unbearable when Michael decides to let the kids do as they please.

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