The basic premise is pretty straight forward: your typical middle class family struggling through life. Right now (the first season), the laughs feel a little forced, but there definitely seems to be some potential. Like a lot of sitcoms with stand up stars, most of the jokes feel like set ups from Engvall's routine. Once this show finds its feet and moves away from stand up, I think it has enough heart to be good. Tim Meadows is a great addition to the cast. Nancy Travis is great, and Bill Engvall is decent. There is some chemistry between between Travis and Engvall, at the very least their relationship is believable.
Overall: It's worth a chance to find its place, voice, and humor.