The Geena Davis Show

Season 1 Episode 1

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Aired Unknown Oct 10, 2000 on ABC
7.6
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Meet Teddie Cochran, a bright and brassy career woman who values her independence. Everything changes for Teddie when she meets Max Ryan, a political writer who is also a widower with two children. Following a lightning quick romance and engagement, Teddie moves in with Max and his family in their suburban home. Convinced that she can please Max, the children, and still keep up with single girlfriends Hillary and Judy, Teddie confidently faces the challenges that lie ahead for her. However, she learns early on that parenthood is not such an easy task and her transition into the Ryan household is not as smooth as she expected it to be. Teddie unintentionally upsets the daily routine of the family by eating candy for breakfast, insulting live-in housekeeper Gladys, and wandering the kitchen in her usual skimpy morning attire - a joyful sight for teenaged son Carter, but a problem for Max.moreless

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  • I thought this was a nice start to the short-lived series

    8.0
    Teddie gets engaged to Max and moves into his home, where she has to be more responsible and take care of his two kids, and tries to get along with them. I thought this was a pretty funny episode and had its moments, but sometimes I felt like Geena Davis's character was more forced and annoying than comedic, especially when she forces Max to fight with her.



    Teddie's friends are hilarious and I hope they showcase them more in the upcoming episodes. I thought the kids were also very funny and added good humor to the episode.



    Overall, a good start to the series, but some parts could have been slightly better.moreless

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