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On this sitcom about a basketball-obsessed Boston clan, Laurie Metcalf stands out as matriarch Marjorie, who calls her charming out-and-proud son Ronny (Tyler Ritter) her best friend. Though there's no shortage of ''Gays don't get the sports!''-style gags, the series reveals its big heart when the well-intentioned McCarthys make Ronny a gay bar in their home to demonstrate their love and acceptance. Ronny responds—effectively summing up the show itself—by endearingly deeming his family ''really sweet...and awkward...and at times offensive.'' B
One of the teams is sent to temptation-filled Las Vegas, where they give you free, calorie-packed booze just for sitting down at a poker table. (I know, right? Best. Place. On earth.)
A convicted murderer reaches out to Olivia, who presumably refers him to...
Slednecks follows friends as they goof around in Alaskawhich is, of course, also how we almost ended up with Sarah Palin as vice president.
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