I’ve recently visited my friends house who is basically a media creep. He records most TV shows and series possible and watches them all day long. I was bored and I was going through his list of recorded shows. I’ve decided to watch this comedy show called Yes, Dear which started from 2000 and ended in 2006. First of all, I personally think the TV episodes “Friends” is the best and the most hilarious TV show of all time. But I decided to come out of my comfort zone and start watching a new show.
Yes, Dear is a comedy about two young couples and their outrageously contrasting views on parenting. The first couple is Greg and Kim Warner. Greg has a successful career and Kim is a stay-at-home mother who is nearly a perfectionist. Her sister, Christine Hughes continually reminds her self that life will be perfect. Christine’s husband Jimmy works as a security guard and unconcerned about living under Greg and Kim’s guest house and feels compelled to share his philosophy to Greg about remaining a man even though he is married.
This episode was about Greg and Kim’s son Sam, who is four years old who has issues reading. As a perfectionist, Kim thinks his son might have some issues because his ability to read is slower than other kids. Then Christine starts to concern because a long time ago, she accidentally let Sam roll off her bed and hit his head on the floor. Christine eventually feels bad and confesses to his husband Jimmy. Then she finds out Jimmy has also done a similar thing. They all later find out Greg and Kim had similar accidents when Sam hit his head somewhere.
I thought this show was pretty funny. It wasn’t as good as any “Friends” episode but I thought it was pretty decent. Every time the little kid Sam was hit by something on his head, was probably the most hilarious part. I’m use to watch shows or episodes I’m comfortable with but I think stepping out of your comfort zone and watching something else even though you haven’t start from the first episode, it’s still pretty fun to watch any comedy episode like Yes, Dear.