Still Standing

CBS (ended 2006)


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High school sweethearts Bill and Judy Miller are a blue-collar Chicago couple working to raise their three children responsibly and not lose sight of their own youthfulness. As parents who came of age in the 70s, they raise their three children more by the seats of their pants than by the book, trying to do things a bit differently with their kids than their parents did with them, trying to be cool parents. But now they have a teenage daughter, Lauren, who wants a belly-button ring and a son, Brian, who they can't pry away from his computer long enough for him to raise a little hell and enjoy his youth. Thank goodness for the youngest, Tina, who still worships them both.
Taylor Ball

Taylor Ball

Brian Miller

Renee Olstead

Renee Olstead

Lauren Miller

Joel Murray

Joel Murray

Danny Fitzsimmons (Season 3+, Recurring Previously)

Jennifer Irwin

Jennifer Irwin

Linda Michaels

Mark Addy

Mark Addy

Bill Miller

Soleil Borda

Soleil Borda

Tina Miller

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  • Best Show

    Best show ever made. They really need to release it out on DVD. I'd buy the whole set if it came out. Absolutely love this show. It is so funny. If you have not seen it, you'll love it.
  • One of the best sitcoms.

    This remains one of my all time favorite sitcoms and for good reason. Each character is well done.

    Bill is a chubby, lazy dad, similar to Homer Simpson, but not that lazy and was even trying to prove he could do stuff in one episode.

    Judy has to be the funniest sitcom mom ever, sometimes going against Bill's schemes but then joins in and acts like she's still in high school, breaking the responsible mom formula found in most sitcoms.

    Brian, is the most responsible member of the household, which often makes him the joke of the family, yet both Bill and Judy have admitted they would depend on Brian's success.

    Lauren is the middle child of the family, suffering teenage drama, yet also showing almost zero effort in high school studies.

    Tina, the youngest, is the second smartest of the children and often has better schemes and is considered quite creepy.

    I love how Bill makes fun of Linda's love life.

    I loved this sitcom so much that during its ABC Family run, I would get extremely angry when ABC Family would run a marathon of one of its dramas especially considering the fact that I'm not a big fan of dramas. I miss this show.moreless
  • Married with children meets King Of queens

    Please. Stupid show - got what it deserved - cancelled! Fat guys, ugly wives spawns Mike and Molly...
  • Love it Where it is on TV??

    I love this show. I can't find it on DVD anywhere. Jamie Gertz is good in Undercover

    Christmas. Help please to find the tv channel to watch old episodes.
  • Wow! Seriously, this show is NOT popular?

    I don't understand how "funny" shows are not popular and don't last so long while "stupid" shows are on the air for decades. This is the most underrated, under-appreciated show I have seen EVER.

    Honestly, every episode will make you laugh. It is very rare to find a show where the characters are weaved in perfectly with one another, the writing is smart (if a little lame sometimes, that's fine) and the laughs are just unexpected.

    Seriously, Two And A Half Men is funnier this? Wow. Some people just don't understand entertainment.moreless

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