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Jimmy Chance, a 23-year-old man who skims pools for a living, has a chance romantic encounter with Lucy, a wanted felon. When he visits Lucy in prison months later, Jimmy discovers that she gave birth to a baby he must now raise -- with his family's help. Jimmy's family includes his parents, who have no interest in helping to raise their grandchild, and his grandmother, Maw Maw, who can barely care for herself ... let alone a baby. Greg Garcia ("My Name Is Earl") created and executive produces the family comedy.

Official Sites: Official IMDb, Official Facebook |  See more »

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Ended

Language: English

Release Date: September 1, 2010

Also Known As: シングルパパの育児奮闘記, Воспитывая Хоуп |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (PG), Canada (G) |  See more »


Plot Keywords

single father

Company Credits

Production Co: Amigos de Garcia Productions, 20th Century Fox Television |  See more »


Lou Beatty Jr.
as Judge
Matt Austin
as Talon
Antoinette Abbamonte
as Betty
Kirk Krogstad
as Howard (Best Man)
Molly Shannon
as Maxine
G. Maximilian Zarou
as Jack
Fiona Hale
as Grandmother
Drew Powell
as Warden
Serdar Kalsin
as Hot Dog Vendor
Max Charles
as Male Student
Harry Karp
as High Strung Guy
Skyler Stone
as Mike Chance/Cousin Mike
Nicole J. Butler
as Barb
Kevin Michael Walsh
as Guy
Eric Deskin
as BET President
Patrick O'Riley
as Squab Hunter
Kathy Deitch
as Rose
Emma Yarovinsky
as Cici
Miles Brown
as Trick-or-Treater
Juliocesar Chavez
as Larry
Leslie Jordan
as Reverend Bob
Da'Vone McDonald
as Jack
Garret Dillahunt
as Burt Chance
D.C. Douglas
as Man in Suit
Stephen Stanton
as Narrator/Voiceover
Hansford Rowe
as Harold
Raymond Ma
as Green Thumb
Christopher Darga
as Don
Kenny Loggins
as Self
Richard Dean Anderson
as Keith
Robyn Moran
as Mrs. Braxton
Polly Humphreys
as Yana
Joy Regullano
as Young Woman
Anthony Anderson
as Neighbor
Barak Hardley
as Gary Dilford
Harvey Guillén
as Elijah
Abdul Goznobi
as Mr. Singh
Marcus Choi
as Mailman
Eddie Navarro
as Skater Kid
Carol Herman
as Mabel
Zachary Alexander Rice
as Neighbor in Wagon
Luke Perry
as The Ghost of Arbor Day
Lucas Neff
as Jimmy Chance
Zabeth Russell
as Woman
Giovonnie Samuels
as Regina
Graham Clarke
as NBC President
Geoffrey Gould
as Balding Man
Matt Taff
as Shopper/Gamblers Anonymous Man/Wedding Guest
Matthew Glave
as Big W
Gigi Henderson
as Daughter
Christopher Boyer
as Arnie
Alison Tafel
as Cindy
Tangie Ambrose
as Mackenzie
Whit Hertford
as Officer Ross
Helen Slayton-Hughes
as Harriett
Sarah Domin
as Gail
Maynor Alvarado
as Skateboarder #2
Matt Besser
as Crazy Michael
Armando Ortega
as Dad #2
Jack Axelrod
as Henry
Candace Kita
as Mrs. Hoo
Michael Bower
as Kevin
Laura Ashley Samuels
as Abigail
Sam Ayers
as Matt
Michael Bowen
as Mullet
Zachary J. Luna
as New Hire
Eltony Williams
as Fiance/Security Guard/Stripper
Tippi Hedren
as Nana
Michael Scott Allen
as Twenty Year Old Bruce
Santino Jimenez
as Juan
Kylie Kim
as Female Student
Monica Garcia
as EMT
Chris Pentzell
as Crew Chief
Angel Fajardo
as Dad
Kristen Marie Anderson
as Cigarette Girl
Thom Khoury Williams
as Bailiff
Gavin Kent
as June Bug
Martha Plimpton
as Virginia Chance
Patton Oswalt
as Rubin
Armando Molina
as Interviewer
Bijou Phillips
as Lucy
David Ury
as Easter Joe
Matt Yuan
as Hubert
Byron McIntyre
as Coach
Izabela Vidovic
as 8-Year-Old Delilah
Aayush Chandan
as Steve
D.A. Goodman
as Inventor
Phil LaMarr
as Nolan
Carmina Garay
as Danielle
Shirley Jones
as Christine/Burt's Mom
Linda Gehringer
as Louise
Cory Jacob
as Husband
Molly Morgen Lamont
as Thirteen Year Old Hope
Tug Coker
as Richard Galleria
Morgan Herman
as Emily
Melvin Abston
as City Worker
Lee Majors
as Ralph/Burt's Dad
Sherita Starks
as Stephanie
Bernie Kopell
as Charles
Michael Rapaport
as Michael
Rachel Stapholz
as Jewish Girl
Paul F. Tompkins
as Jeff
Stephon Fuller
as Guard
Dominic Burgess
as Phil
Ethan Suplee
as Andrew
Terrence Beasor
as Paw Paw
Jill Klopp
as Abigail
Alisa Hensley
as Young Louise
Christopher Gehrman
as Client
Donielle Artese
as Woman
Kara Taitz
as Natalie
Michael Kiss
as Michael Jackson Impersonator
Phill Lewis
as Donovan
Kevin Covais
as Simon
Jeremey Penn
as Walker
Ralph Kampshoff
as President ABC
Clyde Kusatsu
as Mr. Lee
Travis Van Winkle
as Philip
Ella Anderson
as Annie
Richard Hilton
as Councilman Blake
Michelle Hurd
as Agent Thompson
Dan Billet
as Brian
Jenny Slate
as Joan
Chet Grissom
as Steve
Shania Accius
as Nurse
Valerie Mahaffey
as Margine
David Crespin
as Muno
Bob Turton
as Brad
Kali Muscle
as Brett
Peter Stoia
as Frat Boy
Michael Cassidy
as Roadie
Kent Avenido
as Chester
Luke Davis
as Young Jimmy
Alex Gale
as Frat Boy
Larry Clarke
as Bob Mellman/Lane
Arshad Aslam
as Ranjan
Richard Doyle
as Narrator
Ashley Wolff
as Birthday Party Guest
Ronald F. Hoiseck
as Theo
Rosie Tran
as Nurse
Jorge Diaz
as Randy
Josh Wolf
as Josh
James Keane
as Doctor Walters
Mary Gross
as Denise Jenkins
Tamra Natisin
as Prison Inmate
Lee Wasserwald
as Background
Sasha May
as Six Year Old Sabrina
Kelli Dawn Hancock
as Office Shanely
Mason Cook
as Eight Year Old Jimmy
Roger Lim
as Minister
Jonathan Slavin
as Authur
Rylie Cregut
as Hope/Baby Hope
Jaime Pressly
as Donna
Jake Lucas
as Frat Boy
Jennifer Irwin
as Kate
Mane Rich Andrew
as Todd
Skye Englund
as Stephie
Kiyoko Yamaguchi
as Danyoung Yun
Cheryl Texiera
as Shelby
James McMann
as Execution Witness
Lindsey Kabus
as Karen Anderson
Dan O'Connor
as Scott
Todd Giebenhain
as Frank
Chris Klein
as Brad
Drew Bryden
as Handsome Guitar Player
Jourdan Steel
as Phil
Frank Crim
as Leo
Lewis T. Powell
as Jackhammer
Wylie Quinn Anderson
as Judy
Shayla Chanadet
as Tracy
Doug Wax
as Agent/Missionary/Pleasant Driver
Tage Sutherlin
as Derek
Betsy Sodaro
as Candy
Tommy Chong
as Hubert
Marcus Folmar
as Dad #1
Karl T. Wright
as Man
Murray Gershenz
as Mr. Fryburg
Corey Eid
as Teenage Burt
Dwight V Coleman
as Clarence the Bartender
Cathleen Kaelyn
as Robin
Kore Borno
as Bus Driver
Jermaine Williams
as Marcus
Kit Pongetti
as Christy
E.J. Callahan
as Vandy
Marc Abbink
as Inventor
Jun Long
as Jun
Alfred Rubin Thompson
as Guard
Dale Dickey
as Patty
Yoko Misawa
as Nakamura #1
Jonathan Kite
as Man
Cary Y. Mizobe
as Yoshi
Kerri Kenney
as Gwen
Ithamar Enriquez
as Mr. Sanchez
Tichina Arnold
as Sylvia
Val Emanuel
as Bikini Model
Maria Zambrana
as Grocery Shopper/Grocery Store Shopper
Michael McCafferty
as Mr. Hasik
Natalina Maggio
as Dirty Angel
James Cavlo
as Thad
Pramode Kumar
as Vali
Rebecca Flinn-White
as Voice Actor
Csun Acasola
as A Cappella Group
Thomas J Clark
as Howdy's Employee
Rob McCabe
as Neighbor/Public Servant
Bret Loehr
as Tommy
Mary Lynn Rajskub
as Tanya
Wilmer Valderrama
as Ricardo/Roberto
Shannon Welles
as Old Lady Stevens
Anthony Alabi
as Don, The Director
Rebecca Lowman
as Gina
Laura Avey
as Teenage Delilah
J.K. Simmons
as Bruce Chance
Sue Nelson
as Mother
Kody Batchelor
as Teenage Boy
Terrence Edwards
as Doorman
Kaitlyn Black
as Zoe
as Mindy
Juan Pope
as Cop/Officer Buckley
Mindy Sterling
as Prosecutor
Tracy Ashton
as Gina
Ethan Kent
as June Bug
Annie Ruby
as Marnie
Greg Germann
as Dale
Armando Cosio
as Dad #3
Jackie O'Brien
as Janet
Brandon T. Jackson
as Justin
Jason Lee
as Smokey/Smokey Floyd
Leann Hunley
as Francine
Peter Mackenzie
as Mr. Gunderson
Brian Michael Jones
as Richard
Grayson Hunter Goss
as Young Burt
Joelle Righetti
as Bridesmaid
Ashlee Ricci
as Porn Star
James Lowe
as Drummer
Patrick Faucette
as Guy
Jensen Atwood
as Man in Store
Desiree Cooper
as 8-Year-Old Virginia/Ten Year Old Virginia
Allen Merritt
as Liquor Store Client
Anna Hundtoft
as Foofa
Mark Sweet
as Joey
Emiliano Torres
as Cop #1
Blake Hogue
as Employee
Brady Novak
as Felix
Jocelyn Ayanna
as Marilyn
Fred Rubin
as Jacob
Jackie Hoffman
as Sylvia Barnes
Edward James Gage
as Police Officer
Brooke Engen
as Winnie
Bunny Levine
as Old Lady/Olivia
Lorin McCraley
as Trucker
B.J. Britt
as Bobby Bowman
Matt Harding
as Prisoner
Lou Wagner
as Wally Phipps
Cullen G. Chambers
as Jerry the Barber
David Krumholtz
as Carl
Alexander Christensen
as Poker Player
Ray Santiago
as Javier
Joe Ordaz
as Latino Inmate
Karen Maruyama
as Mrs. Hwong
Earl Schuman
as Old Man
Gregory George Frank
as Mr. Weinberg
Sam McMurray
as Doctor Burwitz
Judith Light
as Louise
Taye Andre Newman
as Dick
Abdoulaye NGom
as Nescobar-A-Lop-Lop
Amy Sedaris
as Delilah
Brigitte Nielsen
as Svetlana
Christin Jezak
as Woman
Bree Turner
as Susan
Jacquie Barnbrook
as Vanessa
Cameron Moulène
as Teenage Burt
Vivica A. Fox
as Sara Louise
Christine Tanabe
as Nakamura #2
Amy Hill
as Judge
Cloris Leachman
as Maw Maw/Norma June
Dave Fennoy
as Barry
Michael Hanks
as Movie Guy
Carson Higgins
as Skateboarder #1
Susie Geiser
as Liz
Michelle LaRue
as Kimberly
Chuti Tiu
as Fox President
DeeDee Michaels
as Meter Maid
Camden Garcia
as Trevor
Michael Robert Oliver
as Young Man
Mike O'Malley
as Jim/Jimmy
Carla Renata
as Janice Finklebergstein
Julia Bly
as Young Maw Maw
Serendipity Lilliana
as Brat With Chocolate on Face
Stephen Root
as Cap Collins
Dan Coscino
as Dancin' Dan/Dancing Dan
as Hope's Mouth/Paper Boy
Sean L. Malin
as Gold Tallit Bar Mitzvah Attendee
April Weeden
as Maid #1
John Ciccolini
as Steve
Patrick Salway
as Guitarist
Christopher Lloyd
as Dennis Powers
Philip Tan
as Floyd
Crystal Santos
as Guadalupe
Nadine Velazquez
as Valentina
Alison White
as Rita Mellman
Jake Stirzel
as Ten Year Old Jimmy/Ten-Year-Old Jimmy
Julia Vera
as Lupe
Alfred Dennis
as Ned/Old Person #2
Malcolm Barrett
as Lamar
Melanie Griffith
as Tamara Collins
Christopher Frontiero
as Rodney
Greg Barnett
as Instructor
Cesili Williams
as Andrea O'Donnell
George Sharperson
as Bus Driver
Terence Bernie Hines
as Mailman
Augusta Mariano
as Ashley/Teenage Girl
Andrew Dice Clay
as Self
Eddie Steeples
as Tyler/Tyler the Gas Man
Thomas Crawford
as Dr. Trabert
David Bloom
as LIttle Kid
Dallas Malloy
as Stacy Finley
Jerry Van Dyke
as Mel
Nick Gracer
as Sergei
Hilary Duff
as Rachel
Ellington Ratliff
as Son
Karen Y. McClain
as Big Judy/Judy/Natalie
Erica Vanlee
as Friend
Gary Anthony Williams
as Dave Davidson/News Reporter/Young Dave Davidson
Alan Gray
as Inventor
Carlease Burke
as Customer #2
Michael Ralph
as Brent
Jennifer Hasty
as Tammy
Tracey Thompson
as Wife
Jeffrey Tambor
as Arnold
E.E. Bell
as Terry
Todd Sherry
as Nick Darrow
Danny Masterson
as Lucy's Boyfriend
Artemis Pebdani
as Tarot Reader
Bergen Williams
as Sandra
Diego Villarreal Garcia
as Police Officer
Shelley Robertson
as Jill
Drew Wicks
as Vince
Bill Blair
as Minister
Fair Micaela Griffin
as Majorette
Azlan Bree Savage
as Little Girl
Emily Rutherfurd
as Kelly
Seana Kofoed
as Doris
Josephine Heyman
as Archer Girl
Jessica Anderson
as Adult Hope
Steve Edwards
as Steve Edwards
Joe Thornton Jr.
as Tony
Andy Rolfes
as Man with Clipboard
Desi Lydic
as Uma
Ric Sarabia
as Harper
Leslie Thurston
as Nurse
Gavin MacIntosh
as Thirteen Year Old Bruce
Paul Vogt
as Saul
Kevin Fabian
as Richard
Michael Burger
as Host
Ron Pearson
as Juggler
Dawn Frances
as Woman
Jeff Rechner
as Narrator
Andy Umberger
as Dr. Finklestein
Chris Pontius
as Albert
Stephanie Bentley
as Young Norma June
Brad Grunberg
as Eddie/Gary/Officer Stan
Indira G. Wilson
as Marquisha
Timothy Stack
as Notch Johnson/TV's Tim Stack
Bob Rusch
as Inmate
Jason Kravits
as Rabbi Zwerin
Nick Armstrong
as Evan
August Maturo
as Nerdy Kid
Ben Begley
as Newscaster
Baylie Cregut
as Hope/Baby Hope
Federico Dordei
as Alejandro
Sean Bridgers
as Jack
Amanda Misquez
as Eva
Ryan Koncar
as Theater Goer
Gibson Bobby Sjobeck
as Kevin
Mary Vangelos
as Greta
Kate Micucci
as Shelley
Fred Willard
as Mr. Swift
Jeremy Steel
as Nate
Katy Perry
as Rikki Hargrove
Carl Conti
as Man in White
Mary Birdsong
as Mayor Suzie Hellmann
Tiffany Engen
as Lynnie
Alycia Cooper
as Dana
Elijah Nelson
as Young Frank
J.P. Manoux
as Gary
Bill Prudich
as Dancing Grocery Clerk/Handy market dancer
Alejandro Patiño
as Alfredo
Jolene Purdy
as Venom
David Haag
as Hockey kid
Ryan Meharry
as Big Lars
Jeff Holman
as Father
Carla Jimenez
as Rosa
Tonita Castro
as Carmela
Sybil Azur
as Grocery Store Dancer
Louisa Adams
as ABS Walker
Anzu Lawson
as Lisa
Kody Klein
as Missionary
Ogy Durham
as Reporter
Gregg Binkley
as Barney
Amy Tolsky
as Gwen
Keith Carradine
as Colt Palomino
Taylor Kirk
as Rave Girl
Earl Billings
as Photographer
Brian Doyle-Murray
as Walt
Arturo Del Puerto
as Falvey
Johnny A. Sanchez
as Carlos
Greyson Chance
as Young Jimmy/Thirteen-Year-Old Jimmy
Ashley Tisdale
as Mary-Louise
Niko Posey
as Crystal
Bonnie Hellman
as Church Member
Adam London
as Bartender
Lesley Nicol
as Eleanor
Jeremy Guskin
as Maxim
Eric Kaldor
as Customer/Rodney
Jamison Reeves
as Felix
Ashly Justine
as Teenage Friend
Jeff Harlan
as Bill Jenkins
Matt Riedy
as Scotch Wilkinson
Matt Leonard
as Big Kuhuna
John Yuan
as Nick
Liza Snyder
as Christine
Igal Ben Yair
as Robert
Kei Hirayama
as Mr. Hwong
Eric Nenninger
as Aaron
Hayden Thompson
as Acarde Teenager
Ryan Doom
as Wyatt
Amy Anderson
as Kelly
Jeric Rogers
as Ten Year Old Burt
Shannon Woodward
as Sabrina/Sabrina Collins
Bing Long
as Bing
Jennifer Powers
as Radish Festival Vendor
Marilyn O'Connor
as Old Person #1
John Emery Mariano
as Johnny
Chris Reed
as Liam
Chris Eckert
as Jordon
Tommy Franklin
as Minister
Cassidy Rose Gyetvan
as Cross Country Runner
Nancy Grace
as Self
Trace Garcia
as Five Year Old Jimmy/Three Year Old Jimmy/Four Year Old Jimmy/Six Year Old Jimmy/Three-Year-Old Jimmy
Kelly Heyer
as Teenage Virginia/Young Virginia
Rosie Garcia
as Annette
Edward Hong
as Male Employee
Matt Winston
as Stu
Ed Begley Jr.
as Self
Elsie Fisher
as Susie
David Pressman
as Dr. Snowden/Veterinarian
Srinivasa Kapavarapu
as Doctor
Michael O'Neal
as Waiter
Diedrich Bader
as Gary
Brendan Patrick Connor
as Roger
Aimee McKay
as Woman
Shobhit Agarwal
as Dr. Conaway
André Gordon
as Wayne Hill

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2010 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

2011 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

2012 | 22 Episodes

Season 4

2013 | 22 Episodes




Awards & NominationsSee more »

Satellite Awards 2010


Satellite Awards

Best Television Series, Comedy or Musical

Casting Society of America, USA 2011


Casting Society of America, USA

Outstanding Achievement in Casting - Television Pilot - Comedy

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