A man operates a retirement home in this sitcom spun off from 'Tyler Perry's House of Payne.' Created and executive produced by Perry, the show is also based on characters from the play and film 'Meet the Browns.'
The kids of the grown-up Beaver and Wally get into similar skirmishes in this next-generation revival, which evolved from a TV-movie reunion. Here, Beaver is a divorced father of two, all living with his widowed mother, June. The series started on the Disney Channel as 'Still the Beaver,' the title changing when the show moved to WTBS after a year. Other characters from the original include Lumpy Rutherford and two-faced Eddie Haskell, whose son Freddie is best friends with Beaver's son Kip.
Interview segments, musical guests and comedy bits are featured in this late-night talk show starring the former host of "Late Night With Conan O'Brien" (1993-2009) and "The Tonight Show With Conan O'Brien" (2009-10). O'Brien's longtime collaborator, Andy Richter, serves as the sidekick, and Jimmy Vivino conducts the house band.