After a decade on television, actor David Hobbs becomes a stay-at-home dad so his soap-opera star wife can get back in the spotlight, but he quickly realizes that playing a dad on television is much different from the real thing. He has to take care of his three kids, Emily, Joe and Janie with the help of his best friends, Marcus and Kevin. —Anonymous
Its just a very boring, and meh sitcom. It wasn't funny, or charming. It doesn't help that the acting feels very stale and bad, and I know acting in sitcoms usually isn't the best, but it feels worse than usual. I say avoid this one. The concept of it was good enough. A dad suddenly not having a job so suddenly he has to become a house husband. I don't think that has really been done before, so at least its a new idea. Only thing is, is that it just doesn't have any charm. Why do people like Friends, King of Queens, Seinfield, or Everybody Loves Raymond? Because they were funny and charming. Most of the characters are usually likable in some way, and they're good to have on for reruns or whatever. The problem is, that See Dad Run has none of that. It isn't funny. It isn't charming. It is a very boring sitcom.
- Oct 21, 2012
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