I just canceled my SP like a week ago, although it was after watching an episode from back in April - we were about 7 or 8 episodes behind. It was really good when it began, and the concept was good with each episode's story being told through flashbacks, but it got more stupid and less funny around the time it moved to the WB. I'm not sure if that had anything to do with it or not, since there were a number of episodes produced before the move which weren't shown until after. Megyn Price was the only reason I kept watching as long as I did.
The first year was definitly the best. They stuck to a format of having all the episodes take place through flashbacks and it was pretty hilarious. Still a good show after they moved it to the WB, but never as good. Sad to see it gone forever though.
That's too bad - I really liked the show and (thanks to TiVo) followed it as it hopped timeslots and networks. The flashback concept did get old, but they stopped doing it the past season or two. My favorite character was Eddie Finnerty.
Fun factoid, Bret Harrison (Brad O'Keefe on the show) is in a band called Big Japan (formerly called Steven's Team) with Adam Brody (Seth Cohen from The O.C.).
We watch it on a semi-regular basis, which equates to when ever the WB network doesn't mess around with the time slot. I think Megyn Price, who plays Claudia Finnerty, is hot. Eddie is my second favorite character.
While I'm sad to see it go, I too enjoyed the first couple of seasons the most. I also enjoyed the flashback style and the grandfather Walt. And this season with the youngest Henry gone, it was just too odd that he was never even mentioned. They could have at least said he was sent to military school or something.
A forum community dedicated to TiVo digital video recorder owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about programming, streaming, content, schedules, home theaters, displays, models, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!