The family is upset when Cheyenne admits that she no longer wants to be a dentist and that she has found her true calling—giving makeovers to senior citizens. Meanwhile, Barbra Jean has her day in court.
After Barbara Jean sells her a life insurance policy, Reba is diagnosed with high blood pressure, but it may turn out to be a blessing in disguise. Meanwhile, Van plans a romantic surprise for Cheyenne.
Barbara Jean is upset when Reba forces Brock to choose between his dental practice and professional golf, and Van worries that his football career is costing him too much precious time with his daughter, Elizabeth.
Against Barbara Jean's wishes and her own better judgment, Reba allows Kyra to have her new boyfriend over without adult supervision, while Cheyenne decides to decorate Van's apartment when she visits him in Denver.
Her life reads like a country music tune: Her husband cheated on her and spent all of their money, and after she gets mad, she gets going...all the way to Malibu. From country music superstar/Executive Producer Reba McEntire and Executive Producer Kevin Abbott (Last Man Standing, My Name Is Earl, Reba) comes a comedy about new beginnings that will make your heart sing.
"Amanda Bynes (Hairspray) and Jennie Garth (90210) star as sisters who push their relationship to the limit. When their dad moves overseas, 16-year-old livewire Holly (Bynes) and 28-year-old straitlaced Valerie (Garth) move in together in New York City — where Holly manages to unravel Valerie's well-ordered life in no time at all!"
Outspoken stand-up comic George Lopez stars in this funny foray into the life of a family man. George's life is trickier now that he's become the first assembly line worker to be promoted to plant manager at an L.A. airplane parts factory. His former compadres on the floor like him -- they just have their fun behind his back.
You can't get manlier than Mike Baxter (Tim Allen). While he might be king of the hill at work at an iconic outdoor sporting goods store, he's the odd man out in a home dominated by his wife and three daughters. Today it's a woman's world, and this man's man is on a mission to get men back to their rightful place in society.
According to Jim, he's got everything under control -- a successful construction business, a happy home, and an adoring wife and family. But his beautiful wife Cheryl and three kids think differently. Starring comedian Jim Belushi, According to Jim proves that dads may not always get their way -- but every dad will have his day.
Set in Stars Hollow, a storybook Connecticut town populated with an eclectic mix of dreamers, artists and everyday folk, Gilmore Girls is a humorous, heartfelt, multigenerational drama about friendship and family. Headstrong 32-year-old Lorelai Gilmore carves out a life for herself and her equally willful teenage daughter, Rory.
Damon Wayans stars as Michael Kyle, a loving husband and modern-day patriarch who rules his household with a unique and distinct parenting style. As he teaches his three children some of life's lessons, he does so with his own brand of wisdom, discipline and humor. With Waynes at the helm, this is no ordinary family comedy.
Multitalented comic sensation Jamie Foxx (Ray, Collateral) stars as Jamie King, a young Hollywood hopeful striving for stardom -- but working at his family's venerable Los Angeles hotel while honing his musical skills before a captive audience in the hotel's once-celebrated cocktail lounge.
Charlie Sheen and Jon Cryer star in this Emmy®-nominated comedy. Sheen plays a Malibu bachelor with an easy way with women. His casual lifestyle is interrupted when his uptight brother (Cryer) and his son stay with him. Despite the complexities of their lives, this unusual family unit promises to make each one of them a better man.
EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, starring standup comedian and Emmy-Award winner, Ray Romano, revolves around Ray Barone, a successful sportswriter living on Long Island, New York with his wife Debra (multiple Emmy Award-winner, Patricia Heaton), and three kids. But their big happy family gets a bit too big (and less happy) when Ray's meddling parents, Frank (Emmy Award-winner, Peter Boyle) and Marie (Emmy Award winner, Doris Roberts), frequently stop by, since they live directly across the street. Brother Robert (Emmy Award-winner, Brad Garrett), a divorced police officer, is constantly moving in and out of his parents' house, and loves to drop by and show his resentment towards Ray's successful career and happy family life. Dodging Marie's constant critique of Debra's cooking, Frank's witty one-liners and Robert's dead-pan despair, Ray and Debra just wish someone would ring their doorbell before entering once in a while.
Comedian Bob Saget stars in this heartfelt comedy series as Danny, a widowed father raising three young daughters with the help of his rebel brother-in-law (John Stamos) and offbeat best bud (Dave Coulier). Living under one roof, these friends experience the trials of parenthood along with their fair share of laughs and life lessons.
Aside from their love for hoops, Lucas and Nathan seemed to have little in common. But the two young men are bound by the fact that they share the same father. The star of the basketball team, Nathan Scott (series star JAMES LAFFERTY) was raised to inherit his father's throne amidst popularity and wealth, while his half-brother, Lucas (series star CHAD MICHAEL MURRAY), was raised in modest surroundings, the only child of a single mom. When Lucas joined the Ravens team, his transition into Nathan's world created a love triangle with Peyton Sawyer (series star HILARIE BURTON). Although she was Nathan's girlfriend at the time, Peyton felt an instant connection to Lucas. Complicating things even further, Peyton's feisty best friend, Brooke Davis (series star SOPHIA BUSH), quickly set her sights on Lucas as well. And it didn't take Nathan long to notice Lucas' best friend, Haley James (series star BETHANY JOY GALEOTTI), an intriguing girl who helped bad-boy Nathan become a kinder person.
Power tools, parenting and the modern male mystique are the comic building blocks for "Home Improvement," a heartfelt and funny family comedy dealing with the questions today's men have about 'being men.'
An animated comedy revolving around Stan Smith, a CIA agent in Langley Falls, VA, whose main objective in life is national security. His family, a talking goldfish and a space alien rescued from Area 51 keep Stan busy while he tries to prevent terrorist activity in the U.S. Watch American Dad Mondays at 9/8c PM on TBS.
Cory is your average guy. He has a best friend from the other side of the tracks, a teacher that constantly keeps him on his toes, and a friend named Topanga who has trouble understanding. With the support of his parents and his brother Eric, Cory learns to cope with the roller coaster called growing up.
Inspired by his childhood experiences, comedian Chris Rock narrates the hilarious, touching story of a teenager growing up in Brooklyn during the early '80s. Uprooted to a new neighborhood and bused into a predominantly white middle school, Chris struggles to keep his siblings in line at home and meet the challenges of junior high. This responsible, resilient adolescent brings a distinct, funny spin to his everyday trials and traumas, in the critically acclaimed comedy Everybody Hates Chris. Filled with dreams that being a teenager would be really cool, Chris' entry into adolescence is turning out to be less than idyllic. Moved from the projects to the tough "Bed-Stuy" neighborhood of Brooklyn, Chris is still stuck in his older-brother role. As the family's "emergency adult," he's responsible for taking care of Drew, his taller, more assured brother, and Tonya, the baby of the family, when his parents are working. As Chris Rock pointedly reflects back, his younger self is set to discover what his family already knows - Chris' sharp, scrappy nature is going to take him places. But first, he's going to have to think, talk, or run his way through one growing experience after another at home, at school and on any number of buses along the way.