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About a grown man (played by John Goodman) who moves back home after coming out that he is gay.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Greg Pitts ...  Charlie Gamble 12 episodes, 2000
John Goodman ...  Butch Gamble / ... 8 episodes, 2000
Joely Fisher ...  Pamela Theresa Gamble-Miller 7 episodes, 2000
Anita Gillette ...  Joan Gamble 7 episodes, 2000
Julia McIlvaine ...  Kimberly Miller 7 episodes, 2000
Cody Kasch ...  Robbie Miller 7 episodes, 2000
Mo Gaffney ...  Elizabeth 7 episodes, 2000
Charles Rocket ...  Danny 7 episodes, 2000
Orson Bean ...  William 'Bill' Gamble, Sr. 7 episodes, 2000
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About a grown man (played by John Goodman) who moves back home after coming out that he is gay.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 October 2002 (Netherlands) See more »

Also Known As:

Butch See more »

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Carsey-Werner Company See more »
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Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

13 Episodes were made but only 7 episodes got to air. See more »

Quotes

Robert 'Robbie' Miller: What is the point of having a great tree if the outside of the house looks like... like...
Pamela Theresa Gamble-Miller: Our house?
Robert 'Robbie' Miller: Yes.
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Referenced in The Nostalgia Critic: Small Wonder (2015) See more »

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Never forgive FOX for canning this one
1 July 2007 | by BullMooseWVSee all my reviews

I'm still sad this show didn't make it. Not only was Goodman great in this show, but his character was someone I could really relate to. I'm gay, but most gay TV characters are foreign to me. My partner and I couldn't even take "Will & Grace" after a couple episodes. But we instantly liked Rex Gamble. Masculine, blue-collar, small-town family guy. His homosexuality was matter-of-fact. There was no shrill over-the-top drama about it, or liberal "preachiness" so common in most TV shows these days. And most importantly, the show was well cast and FUNNY.

If it ever comes out on DVD, we'll buy it.


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