Reunited and it feels so good? That doesn't appear to be the case for Margaret Cho, who will once again share a screen with her former TV mom Jodi Long on Tuesday's new episode of Sullivan & Son (10/9c, TBS).
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A few familiar faces will be grabbing a cold one at Sullivan & Son when the TBS comedy returns this summer.
Community's Ken Jeong and Mike & Molly star Billy Gardell are both set to return for Season 3, TVGuide.com has learned exclusively.
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Jeong, who first guest-starred last season, will...
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Sullivan & Son and Men at Work have each been renewed for a third season, TBS announced Tuesday. Additionally, Deal With It will return for a second season.
Starring comedian Steve Byrne and executive-produced by Vince Vaughn, Sullivan has...
Sullivan & Son has always been a popular spot, but who knew the Pittsburgh bar also attracted famous faces like Pat Sajak?!
On The Big Bang Theory, Kunal Nayyar's character, Raj, has always had a tough time picking up chicks. (Well, except for that one time he slept with Penny.)
But on next Thursday's Sullivan & Son (10/9c, TBS), Nayyar is showing a whole new side as a very determined ladies' man who...
Sullivan & Son is going to get a big bang boost in Season 2! Kunal Nayyar, who plays astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali on CBS' The Big Bang Theory, is set to guest star on an upcoming episode of the TBS comedy.
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Community's Ken Jeong is on the big screen this summer in The Hangover Part III, and now he's heading to TBS for another hangover on the bar-set comedy, Sullivan & Son.
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TBS is staying in business with Sullivan & Son.
The comedy has been renewed for a 10-episode second season, the network announced Tuesday. In its first season...
Oh, sorry, I momentarily mistook TBS' new sitcom for something funny. Like Cheers — echoes of which kept ringing in my TV memory bank as I slogged my way through the back-to-back episodes of the instantly forgettable Sullivan & Son (Thursday, 10/9c), the channel's latest attempt to produce something as amusing as the popular sitcom repeats that pepper the TBS schedule.