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Grounded for Life 3-7-03, the Grandpa is BACK

Old 03-07-03, 10:57 PM
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Grounded for Life 3-7-03, the Grandpa is BACK

Tonights show what pretty good. Just glad to see it back on the air and also to see the Grandpa back on the show.
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Old 03-09-03, 04:20 PM
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Wow...nearly two days and no replies!!!

I agree...good to see him back! I was afraid that he didn't join the cast for the network change over!
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Old 03-09-03, 06:13 PM
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I don't get this show anymore, but are you guys talking about Richarl Riehle? If so, he was the thing about this show that I hated the most.
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Old 03-09-03, 06:24 PM
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As if it needs to be said, another hilarious episode. FOX really dropped the ball with this show. Walt (yes, Richard Riehle) had some of the best scenes this week, so I'm glad he's back. Not too sure I like this new Brad character. This show has never been like a conventional sit-com, and his character strikes me as the kind of thing a network would force them to add. I guess he's a decent comic foil for Lilly, but her boyfriend could serve the same purpose without conveniently being in every scene like an annoying neighbor.

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Old 03-09-03, 08:44 PM
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I usually don't like Richard Riehle on there but he was funny this week.
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Old 03-09-03, 10:40 PM
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Not too sure I like this new Brad character. This show has never been like a conventional sit-com, and his character strikes me as the kind of thing a network would force them to add. I guess he's a decent comic foil for Lilly, but her boyfriend could serve the same purpose without conveniently being in every scene like an annoying neighbor.

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I think the boyfriend left the series, but I could be wrong. He's mentioned, but I have yet to see him on screen on the WB.

It was a good episode. I must admit, I pretty much ignored it on FOX, but since I had the time and all, I caught the episode and enjoyed it. It's much better than "Greetings from Tucson"...it's nice to see diversity, but "Greetings" is like a bad imitation of "My Wife and Kids".
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