Steve Byrne stars as Steve Sullivan, a former corporate attorney who left New York to run the family bar with his parents in Pittsburgh. Sullivan & Son's outstanding ensemble cast includes Dan Lauria (The Wonder Years), Christine Ebersole (Royal Pains, Amadeus), Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, The Middle), Jodi Long (Beginners), Valerie Azlynn (Tropic Thunder), Vivian Bang (Yes Man), Owen Benjamin (The House Bunny) Ahmed Ahmed (Iron Man) and Roy Wood Jr. (Last Comic Standing).
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Terry Bradshaw doesn't like basketball or baseball but loves to tease Jay.
A colorful bunch from the audience interrupt Jay.
Steve Byrne tries to redeem for a childhood mistake.
After the kiss, Melanie and Steve want to keep their new thing quiet, but Melanie's nosy neighbor Gary (John Michael Higgins) isn't one to keep secrets.
Steve goes all out to impress an exciting new woman, with the help of Melanie. Meanwhile, Hank's doctor prescribes him testosterone, but a mishap leads to a "juiced up" Hank.
When Steve laments that he never gets time off from the bar, Jack shows him what life would have been like if he had checked out at crucial points in the gang's life, and it's not pretty.
Sullivan & Son
Opposites attract when Roy's mom (Loretta Devine) moves back to town, and she starts dating Hank. Meanwhile, a girl gets in the way of Owen and Ahmed's friendship.
When Steve's old rival, Lyle Winkler (Billy Gardell) opens a bar across the street, we find out he's out to take Steve down as payback for a childhood wrestling match. They settle their differences with a big bartending competition.
When "sex addict" Neal (guest star Kunal Nayyar from The Big Bang Theory) returns to Sullivan and Son to make amends for his philandering ways, Steve doesn't trust his motives, especially with Melanie.
The bar's chances of winning the yearly karaoke contest are threatened when Carol starts dating a handsome singer (guest star Charles Shaughnessy), making Owen jealous. Meanwhile, Roy, Susan and Ahmed meet a drunk Ok Cha.
A plastic spider hidden in a bowl of peanuts leads to an all-out prank war. And Susan helps Carol through a difficult audit. Fortunately, the auditor is a man (guest star Jason Kravits).
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