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Review Of: - "My Wife and Kids" "Michael Kyle longs for a traditional life, but his day trader wife Janet, Gangster rap-worshipping son Michael Jr and brooding daughters Claire and Kady make his dream, just that..a dream!" I am reviewing an American TV programme by the name of "My Wife and Kids". It is about a family living everyday life in which a father gets thrown into the deep end when his wife goes back to work, leaving him to play house-husband with the three kids. It is an exciting, bubbly TV programme which fits under the comedy genre. The director's main purpose is to provide entertainment for the viewers. "My Wife and Kids" is filmed in Stamford, Connecticut. ...read more.


Other characters also include Juniors girlfriend Vanessa Scott played by Brooklyn Sudano. Claire's religious but weird boyfriend Tony, played by Andrew McFarlene and lastly young genius Franklin Aloysius Mumford, played by Noah Gray Cabey who has the biggest crush on Kady Kyle. "My Wife and Kids" intended audience is anyone and everyone. From the age of a young child to an adult. Due to the fact that the programme is based on family life, everyone is able to relate to the storylines. Many family and friends enjoy the show and find it amusing and witty. Along with TV critics who say "My Wife and Kids is a popular US TV show" and "Funny! The new Cosby show but BETTER!" ...read more.


I am also able to relate to most characters and able to understand them. I really agree with the main purpose because it provides me with a lot of entertainment. There is never an episode which I dislike; I actually seem to enjoy every episode that is programmed. I don't seem to have a favourite character, I love watching all of them as they are all amusing in different ways. I'm quite fond of Claire and Junior Kyle. Claire is portrayed to be very witty and dopey; she's always dropping which is quite comical. As for Junior, he is always being humiliated due to his huge head. He is portrayed to be dumb and comments are always being made towards him, making him fell worthless. This programme can not really be improved, there's nothing to actually improve. However, more characters and more storylines could be introduced. ?? ?? ?? ?? Leah-Kara Johnson 10v English ...read more.

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