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Greek, Lincoln Heights, Kyle XY all given extra seasons.
May 01, 2008
ABC Family adds five to mix
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Like the younger demographic ABC Family is targeting, the network is growing up oh so fast. The ABC offshoot announced its schedule today as part of its up-fronts and has added five new shows and picked up three others for additional seasons. Greek reprezentin' a second season, yo." link="/greek/show/71239/summary.html" targ...

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Black Entertainment Television announces nominees for its 2005 Comedy Awards show. Log on and vote for your favorite stand-up comic.
Aug 18, 2005
Have a laugh with the BET Comedy Awards

BET today announced its nominees for the 2005 BET Comedy Awards, the network's annual event honoring films, television shows, and stand-up comedians it considers to be outstanding.

Veteran comedian Steve Harvey will host the star-studded awards show, which will be broadcast from the Pasadena Convention Center. Scheduled to appear is Martin Lawrence, recipient of the 2005 BET Comedy Icon Award, as well as many other celebrities.

Some of the nominees for Outstanding Comedy Series include The Bernie Mac Show, Girlfriends, and That's So Raven.

In the Outstanding Lead Actor category, the nominees are Bernie Mac for The Bernie Mac Show, Damon Wayans for My Wife and Kids, Duane Martin for All of Us, Flex Alexander for One on One, and Reggie Hayes for Girlfriends. For Outstanding Lead Actress, BET has nominated Eve, Kellita Smith, and Raven-Symoné, among others.

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Get inspired for spring cleaning with Dirty Jobs: Collection 4 or take advantage of the last of the cold weather and enjoy Breaking Bad: the Complete First Season. There's a lot of unique DVD's this week, so live dangerously and check them out - you could find a new favorite.
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Episode 26 Season 5
The 'V' Story
Aired
5.17.2005
Episode 25 Season 5
R.V. Dreams
Aired
5.10.2005
Episode 24 Season 5
Michael Sells the Business
Aired
5.3.2005
Episode 23 Season 5
Graduation Day
Aired
4.26.2005
Episode 22 Season 5
Michael's Sandwich
Aired
4.12.2005
Michael Kyle
Janet Marie "Jay" Kyle
Claire Kyle (Season 2+)
Franklin Aloysius Mumford
Popular film and television star 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.

Now that Jr. and his girlfriend, Vanessa, are parents of a baby boy, Michael and his loving wife, Jay, are proud but young grandparents, and are adjusting to their new roles. Not only are they trying to help their son become a responsible father, but they want to help the teenaged couple make some important decisions in their lives. They all seem to have their own opinion when it comes to answering such questions like: Should the new parents continue to live in the Kyle garage? Should they get engaged or married? Will the new baby make Jr., who is terrified in his role as a new dad, act any smarter?

While trying to turn his son into a man, Michael begins to look at where his own life has taken him and wonders if he should make some changes. Jay, who also starts to question her purpose in life, pursues her educational goals and, along the way, decides to open a restaurant. Meanwhile, oldest daughter Claire's relationship with Tony, the odd and oddly endearing bible thumper, has endured. Claire is now a high school senior and is more than ready to do all the things that come along with that special time in life.

Little Kady feels a bit threatened by the new baby's presence, and her family is there to help her get over any insecurities. She continues her friendship with the young piano virtuoso, Franklin, who often complicates Michael's life. The boy sensed an opening in the family with Jr.'s impending graduation into adulthood, and Franklin is still trying to weasel his way into becoming the "good new son."

Michael can only hope his parental advice, mixed with witty humor, will steer his children to act responsibly. Through it all, Jr., Claire and Kady know they can turn to their father when they need his guidance. Sometimes it seems as though, even without their asking, Dad knows ahead of time what they might need, and he's only too happy to provide direction -- often to their chagrin.

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