8 simple rules for dating my teenage daughter episode guide
Like John Ritter’s real family, his TV clan will figure out a way, somehow, to get along in his absence.
Five days after an undetected heart ailment led to the actor’s unexpected death at 54, ABC announced Tuesday that it will continue production of ”8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter” by writing the death of Ritter’s lead character, Paul Hennessey, into the sitcom. Each of the three episodes Ritter completed before his death will be introduced by a cast member.
John Ritter is always fun to watch, but he's got absolutely nothing to work with here. However, I won't be tuning in anytime soon.—This is one of the best new shows on television this fall!
The children were obnoxious, rude, disrespectful, horribly stereotyped. She has some downloaded pictures of the 8 Simple Rules family on her wall and so do I.
Now, the initially more downbeat series will compete on Tuesdays with Whoopi Goldberg’s popular new ”Whoopi” sitcom on NBC.
My daughter is putting on her makeup, a process that can take longer than painting the Golden Gate Bridge.
Family members get into occasional fights, as family members do, but everything is always resolved in the end.
Not only is there tons of witty dialogue, but the storylines and actors do a great job. I hope this one stays around for a while.—I love 8 Simple Rules.
8 Simple Rules (formerly titled 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter) is based on the best-selling book series of the same name.
The series follows the lives of the Hennessy family, who in the second and third seasons, dealt with the loss of their father and family patriarch, Paul, and the next chapter in their lives.