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A father and husband, Joey Callahan is surrounded by a family of women. Among the growing pains are automatic apologies, inside out catastrophes, and "Jurassic Park" reenactments.
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From Texas and headed for heaven, Karen Cunningham is in a war with the beauty defects of age. She recommends replacing white pants and sunlight with pantyhose and prayer.
Even keeled and skeptical, Seth Knorr graces the stage to wash away any preconceived notions regarding report cards, global warming, and family budgets.
Chris Monty would prefer if everyone minded their own business. His is eating a veal chop, working 45 minutes a day, and being next rather than first.