Chicago Sons (1997– )

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The life of Mike, newly divorced from his wife, Billy, always between get-rich-fast scams, and Harry, desperately in love with co-worker Lindsay, three brothers living together in a Chicago... See full summary »

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Ed Decter, John J. Strauss

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19 January 2006 | scootydynamatic
This show was extremely funny and should be on DVD
I think this show was great. I thought it would do good considering it was on after Wings. I guess not many got it. I think the choice for the three brothers was perfect and the female co worker for harry. This show deserved at least to go four seasons. I think in spite it only lasted 13 episodes it deserves a DVD. I mean you have Jason Bateman on it for crying out loud who is a great actor and D.W. Moffet and David Krummoltz ( not sure how to spell his last name and the best character of all Lindsay played by Paula Marshall. Maybe the writers ran out of ideas but i doubt it considering that many shows are not given much of a chance these days. This sitcom to me I would put in my top ten of funny sitcoms. This show was well written and the cast was great and it was extremely funny. I think maybe this show should be brought back and who knows if it did great on DVD in spite of low ratings it could come back just like Family Guy did. NBC should bring this show back I mean it can't do any worse than some of the current shows they have on now.

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