As we mentioned earlier in the post, there are no special features on this DVD.

That will come as a great disappointment to fans hoping for a tribute to John Ritter to be included with his final episodes.

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Parents need to know that despite a bit of iffy language ("damn," "ass") and some fairly light sexual innuendo, this sitcom offers a positive representation of family, teens, and parental guidance.

The first season focuses on a father who becomes more involved with his teenagers' lives after his wife goes back to work; in later episodes, coping with the sudden death of a parent and living/coping with extended family become central themes of the show. makes references to "booty calls." Occasional references to homosexuality.

James Garner is survived by his wife, Lois Clarke, whom he married in 1956, his daughter Greta "Gigi" Garner, and an adopted daughter, Kimberly, from Clarke's first marriage.

Amy Yasbeck, John Ritter's widow, will release a book detailing her life with John Ritter next Tuesday, September 7th.

James Garner was born the youngest of three children in Norman, Oklahoma.

After joining the National Guard and serving seven months in the United States, he was deployed with the army to Korea. I understand why he's there when Missy Kleinfeld walks by. You know he was the only guy who said I'd be somebody and I never was. You said Lulu's is having a sale on towels can you go buy some for the guest bathroom use your own judgement. I mean, you know, I'm in my world, you're in yours.... At most I thought we could be friends, but I never would have dreamed that Bridget Hennessy could like someone (Bridget kisses him) ... Garner played Jim Egan, father of Katey Sagal's Kate Hennessy, who came to live with his daughter and family as they recovered from the loss of their father.Garner remained with the show through to its cancellation in 2005." /Presents positive images of family, teens, and parental guidance. Parents need to know that despite a bit of iffy language ("damn," "ass") and some fairly light sexual innuendo, this sitcom offers a positive representation of family, teens, and parental guidance.