Dates : 1985 - 1992 166 episodes of 22 min First broadcasting : 05 Juillet 1987 Creator(s) : Neal Marlens Producer(s) : Dave Guntzleman, Mike Sullivan, et Steve Marshall Music : Bj Thomas, Jennifer Warmes Web surfers's rate : 8,9/10 for 45 rates - Rate
The show was about Dr. Jason Seaver, a psychiatrist that works from home because his wife, Maggie, has gone back to work as a reporter. Jason has to take care of his kids Mike, Carol, and Ben. The show was quite relevant in the mid-1980s as women going to work was becoming more and more common, as were stay-at-home dads. At the beginning of the last season, a new character was introduced, Luke Bower, in an attempt to salvage ratings. The show, however was cancelled at the end of the season.
The 1989-1990 season was retconned out of existence as a dream of Mike Seaver's after Kirk Cameron insisted Julie McCullough be fired for posing for Playboy Magazine. Mr. Cameron later apologized for his actions. The season had ended on a cliffhanger where Mike asked Julie to marry him. Initially the character of Julie abandoned Mike at the altar; there was a backlash by fans and she was brought back later to reconcile. McCullough did not find out she was being fired until showing up to film what she thought was a wedding episode.
Cameron's religious beliefs consistently interfered with production of the show; he insisted that no "adult themes" be incorperated into episodes, at one point even calling several of the producers "pornographers". Three producers quit due to mistreatment by Cameron.
Gold was absent for almost the entire final season of the show due to her struggle with an eating disorder. Additionally the character of Chrissy was "jumped" five years of age over the course of only one actual year to bring more interest to the show.