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It took me ages to think of a show that started with E. Until finally I just looked through wiki for shows starting with E. You have the strict dad, caring mom, “hot” older sister who loves to go out, middle sibling who is a typical “nerd”, and the younger, annoying sibling. I think it aired from 2002-2005, and it became one of these shows that my whole family watched after dinner. The premise of the show starts off as typical family sitcom.But when Cate decides to return to work as a hospital nurse, Paul takes a job as a columnist and undertakes the responsibility of helping out with the kids.Although not new to fatherhood, Paul is just a bit rusty on day-to-day interaction and discovers that he's grown a little out of touch with his kids - especially his daughters.Pretty standard sitcom stuff, family friendly, and it gave us all a good laugh.As all family sitcoms do though, they also have their fair share of heartwarming moments.The third season (after Ritter's death) took a creative turn, revolving more around cousin C. (David Spade) and grandfather Jim (James Garner), than the immediate Hennessy family, more specifically not revolving around the raising of the Hennessy girls.After the novelty of newly added ensemble characters wore off, the series returned to its original format.
However, he really does care for his family, and wants the bests for them. Bridget (Played by Kaley Cuoco) The eldest child, Bridget is beautiful, ditzy and popular. She sometimes displays little nuggets of knowledge, but this is mostly played off for laughs.By contrast, 15-year-old Kerry (Amy Davidson, ABC Family series "So Little Time") is intelligent and cute, but her lack of self-confidence has led her to hide behind a mask of sarcasm.