Tom

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CBS (ended 1994)

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Tom

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After the cancellation of The Jackie Thomas Show, Tom Arnold created a new sitcom, self-named Tom, this time, centered around family life instead of one man's stand-up act. In the show, Tom Graham is father to several kids. He is also trying to build his dream home for his family but several problems keep it from happening. During the series short run, Dorothy pursues law school, Tom gets a job offer in Vegas, and Tom believes a dog ate the dump owner. After only 11 episodes, the series was cancelled, making Tom the shortest lasting of Tom Arnold's 3 sitcoms. Soon after though, he would start another self-named sitcom, The Tom Show.
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  • Tom plays a worthy role in a short-lived series

    7.9
    I like Tom Arnold; he's much funnier as a humble yet eccentic character than the crazy obnoxious haracter he played on Roseanne or Jackie Thomas; in fact, I thought this was better than Tom Arnold's earlier attempt at a series. In this one, he played a family man living near the dump as he tried to finish building a dream house for his family. Although he never quite got it finished past a huge hole in the ground, the show's high points came from his attempts to control his crazy kids, among which was the always hilarious Jason Marsden. The funniest parts were when it came to the two of them facing off on each other. If only this series had had a decent time spot, I think it could have been a hit !moreless
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