Freddie Prinze, Jr. makes his television series starring debut in this offbeat family comedy from the team behind "The Drew Carey Show" and "George Lopez." Freddie Moreno (Prinze) had finally escaped from the raucous house of women with whom he grew up. Having achieved some success as head chef at a trendy Chicago restaurant, he's ready for love and everything else that single life has to offer, including hanging out with his best friend and neighbor, Chris (Brian Green, "Beverly Hills 90210"). Unfortunately, there's one slight hitch: After the death of his older brother and the collapse of his sister's (Jacqueline Obradors, "NYPD Blue") marriage, goodhearted Freddie took in his impulsive sister-in-law (Mädchen Amick, "Twin Peaks), his pragmatic sister with her 13-year-old daughter (Chloe Suazo, "The Comeback") and their irascible grandma (Jenny Gago, "Coach Carter"), who refuses to speak English and only responds in Spanish -- even though she understands every word. But while the members of this unconventional brood may test Freddie's patience endlessly, they also support and take care of one another, just as they always have. Now all Freddie has to do is figure out how to maintain his thriving bachelor lifestyle in a house overflowing with estrogen.
Walter wanted to use an example about his pubic hair problem, and he talked about Burt Reynolds wearing a tupe. Burt Reynolds appeared in the finale, playing Chris's grandpa Carl.
Grandma and Allison take shows whenever a princess shows up at the door for candy. In the end, Grandma is victorious, as Allison passes out.
Kiko Ellsworth's character (Spyder) is shown in the credits as "Shooter."
It is revealed that Grandma's real name is Maria.
Freddie spills a drink on a guy at the bar. The guy had a big wet spot on his shirt, but on the next shot, the stain was gone.
Freddie is seen taking cookies off a cookie sheet and puts one on a plate for Zoey, but in the next shot, it is a cupcake on the plate with the cookies still on the cookie sheet.
Chris's restaurant is called "@Chris." It was on the side of the tables in the restaurant.
Chris' last name is Cranepool.