Something So Right

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NBC (ended 1998)

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Something So Right

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Welcome to the Something So Right guide at TV.com. "The beauty of the blended family" is a phrase used often on this show with tongue firmly in cheek. Mel Harris from thirtysomething and Jere Burns of Dear John star as a Manhattan couple with three failed marriages and three children between them, but they think they've really found the love of a lifetime at last. They know, though, that making their new extended, blended family work won't be easy. Besides Harris and Burns, there are good performances from all the youngsters and the ex-spouses. After the show's initial run on NBC and ABC, Something So Right became a mainstay of the USA Network's "USAM" comedy lineup. It has been on and off USA since 2000, and currently it's off--for good.
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  • This is one of those shows that you would have to watch in order to like. It was really funny and all the characters seemed to go good together.

    9.3
    It was about a couple that was married and had kids from a previous marriage. The X came over alot. It seemed that the married couple could just never get the quality time they deserved. I could not imagine being remarried and having my X over all the time. The old husband is always allowing the kids to do stuff that their mother would never approve of and the new husband is trying to learn to deal with kids that are not his. If you could catch just one or 2 of these episodes then watch them. You will be in for more then a few laughs.moreless

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