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A widower and former pro baseball player, Tony Micelli takes a job as a housekeeper for a high-powered divorced businesswoman, Angela Bower, and her son. He and his daughter, Samantha, move into the Bower residence, where Tony's laid-back personality contrasts with Angela's type-A behavior. Angela's man-hungry mother, Mona, is also in the mix.

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aired 277 days ago
Samantha (Alyssa Milano) comes home from a party with a hickey on her neck. With Tony Danza.
aired 278 days ago
When Samantha joins the drill team, she neglects her job as Angela's Saturday secretary.
aired 278 days ago
Samantha lies about Tony to slumber-party pals.
aired 278 days ago
Tony sweeps chimneys to pay for Sam's ski trip.
aired 278 days ago
Samantha catches chaperon Tony nuzzling a teacher.
aired 278 days ago
Tony asks Angela and Mona to help maturing Sam.
aired 278 days ago
An ex-jock takes a job as housekeeper for a female executive and her family.

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