A man tries to adjust to his wife's tight-knit relationship with her two strong-willed sisters, a scenario he likens to being 'married to three women.' Smartly written but dogged by scheduling problems, the show was unable to draw well, even after landing the cushy spot behind 'Frasier.'
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Patrick Callahan, a former teen idol who has chosen to lead a quiet life with his wife and two sons. But when his former Rockits band mate and brother, David, shows up unexpectedly with his new-found teenage daughter in tow, the Callahan family's life becomes anything but normal. David, who refuses to give up his past glory days, comes to Patrick for help raising Ruby while he continues to tour. Patrick must now put the past with David behind them in order to help raise Ruby and keep order within the rest of the Callahan clan.
Emo Philips fans may be a breed apart, but even those who avoid idolizing peculiarly specialized comedians will be convulsed by this concert tape. Philips' weirdness is obviously cherished by his college audience herein, making it very difficult for even the most stone-faced non-fan to resist succumbing to laughter. Despite his Man From Mars demeanor, Emo is one of the most harmless comedians on earth, scrupulously working "clean" in his act. His essential strangeness is funny enough that he doesn't need to gild the lily with profanity. If you don't relish becoming a little "twisted" yourself by Emo Phillip's own brand of logic, perhaps you should skip this one: but you won't, will you?