Tim Allen plays a manly-man named Mike Baxter who has to deal with the "difficult" task of living with his wife and three daughters. Oh no! How could anyone possibly handle that? For some reason, this show is getting excellent ratings, and because of that I can only infer that Tim Allen has psychic powers and is somehow forcing people to tune in. The characters are shallow, the jokes aren't funny, and the plots aren't interesting. For example, when Mike found out that his daughter's boyfriend slept over, it triggered a tirade about how his house has gotten too womanly: He's sick of seeing cat websites on the computer and bras left out to dry in the bathroom. Get over it, Tim Allen, er, Mike. Cat websites are adorable and if you put bras in drier the elastic stretches out.
My grade: D+
Only the aborted "Man Up" received a worse grade.