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About this title

Storyline

When single dad George Altman finds a box of condoms on the nightstand of his daughter, Tessa, he doesn't know what to do at first. Eventually, he decides to move with Tessa from a New York City apartment to a house in the suburbs. It's culture shock in the beginning, especially for Tessa, but the big-haired moms and caffeine-chugging kids slowly start to become endearing. George's knee-jerk reaction may work out better than he had imagined -- experiencing the transition together helps dad and daughter grow closer.

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

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Canceled

Language: English

Release Date: September 28, 2011

Also Known As: A kondom el van vetve, Suburgatório |  See more »

Parents Guide: Australia (M), Brazil (12) |  See more »

Genres

Plot Keywords

suburb
single father
sitcom
simpler life

Company Credits

Production Co: Piece of Pie Productions, Warner Bros. Television

Cast

Caitlin Carmichael
as Paris
René Ashton
as Phyllis
Courtney Schleinkofer
as Waitress
Rachel Leah Cohen
as Waitress
Shane Kaufman
as Nimmy
Guy D. Williams
as Referee
Sean Holland
as Social Worker
Brooke Baumer
as Lucille
Edie Mothersbaugh
as Alana/Girl
Lydia Woods
as Moop
Guerrin Gardner
as Beverly
Fernando Rivera
as Cashier
Lilan Bowden
as Monique
Matt Kelly
as Tate
Wyatt Oleff
as Kevuel
Joshua Erenberg
as A.J.
Alison Sieke
as Receptionist
Gary Rubenstein
as Schulman
Adam Godley
as Mr. Jacobs
Elizabeth Sandy
as Tiffany
Tiffany Boone
as Alice
Allison Tebbano
as Cheerleader
Josiah Blount
as Arthur
Dyana Liu
as Wan'Er
Anastacia McPherson
as Bambi
Teresa Michelle Lee
as Futuristic Dancing Stewardess
Buda
as Music Studio Engineer
William Marquart
as Bartender
Dawn Michaels
as Rochelle
Joel Pargman
as Violinist
Chase Edmondson
as Medium Dancer
Evan Arnold
as Chef Alan
Genevieve Helm
as Cheerleader #2
Brynn Gundermann
as Pageant Girl
Jack Walsh
as Marty Krupp
Raymond Ma
as Mr. Yee
Alicia Silverstone
as Eden
Nate Clark
as Fiance
Jackie Geary
as Ms. Evans
Kel Owens
as Hippie-Cult Band Member
Jazz Raycole
as Amber
Norma Michaels
as Harriet
Carly Chaikin
as Dalia Royce
Jake Borelli
as Boy
Ryan Walker
as Jock
Katelyn Pacitto
as Kaitlin
Miriam Flynn
as Helen
Judith Drake
as Gertrude
Julie Wittner
as Onlooker
Armen Weitzman
as Troy
Paula Newsome
as Tracy
Chase Fein
as Waiter
Rylend Grant
as Livid Waiter
Sam Lerner
as Evan
Hayes MacArthur
as Walter
Jeremy Howard
as Jasper
Amanda Schull
as Linda
Iliana Fischer
as Sunbather/Tennis Player
Deena Dill
as Bliss
Dan Sachoff
as Gary Shay
Zabeth Russell
as Greta
Sam Fuller
as Derek
Creagen Dow
as Manager
Brett Rice
as Hubba
Gracie Zane
as Gabby
Michael Thurman
as Jacob
TJ Myers
as Neighbor/PTA Mom
Malin Akerman
as Alex
Emily Happe
as Nelly
Julia Duffy
as Emmaline
Patrick Carlyle
as Todd
Dmitri Schuyler-Linch
as Doug
Corie Vickers
as Woman
Dominic Barnes
as FroYo Employee
Jack Donner
as Harold
Siri Miller
as Girl
Maxine Weldon
as Ruth/Grandmother
Gloria LeRoy
as Esther
Jessica Milligan
as Girl with signs
Johanna Braddy
as Leslie
Thomas McDonell
as Scott Strauss
Al Carabello
as Waiter
Taylor Zakhar Perez
as Renaldo
Lauriane Gilliéron
as French Teacher
Kurt Ela
as Technician
Gillian Vigman
as Jill Werner
Sky Bliss
as Talent Judge
Rick Gifford
as Security Guard #2
Mollee Gray
as Dancer
Natalie Floyd
as Stephanie
Sarah Kapp
as Girl/Nora
Leah Ficarola
as Dental Patient
April Rose Krack
as Medium Dancer
Chad Gall
as EMT
Dan Byrd
as Josh Sherman
James Lipton
as Dr. Richard Rohl
Samantha Futerman
as Katie
Allison Frances Boyd
as Elise
Lindsey Shaw
as June
Adam Kulbersh
as Mr. Simpkin
Carmen Electra
as Carmen Electra
Sundra Oakley
as Rose
Cheryl Hines
as Dallas Royce
Rane Jameson
as Bastian
Lila Lucchetti
as Waitress
Chloe Bridges
as Misty
Mark Sande
as Train Conductor
Zachary Stevens
as Jeff
Patrick de Ledebur
as Kenny
Janet Song
as Technician #2
Grey Henson
as Alec
Parisa Fakhri
as Dr. Bachman
Barry Livingston
as Dr. C.B. Carlisle
Mo Collins
as Trish Shay
Courtney Merritt
as Jenna Werner
Mike Dazé
as Valet
Destiny Fernandez
as Nicole
Kara Pacitto
as Kenzie
Gloria Votsis
as Zoe
Cindy Drummond
as Female Official
Melanie Hutsell
as Nina Nergen
Abby Donnelly
as Jenni
Shawn Habibi
as Fireman
Michael A. MacRae
as Football Player
Lee Garlington
as Dorothy
Jenna Spellman
as Dancer
Brandon Keener
as Theo
Jeanne Carr
as Waitress
Clint J. Palmer
as Lucien
Natalija Nogulich
as Marcheeza
Brittany Marie Batchelder
as Susan/Tessandra
Jenn Lyon
as Georgia
Jacqueline Jones
as Pageant Girl
John Fluker
as Choir Member
Lauran Irion
as Girl
Justin Prentice
as Joey
Robin Givens
as Tulsa
J.R. Nutt
as Nonny
Jane Levy
as Tessa Altman
Johnny Jenkinson
as Bartender
Todd Sherry
as Tom
Ana Gasteyer
as Sheila Shay
Makinna Ridgway
as Instructor
Javin Reid
as Vikram
Bil Dwyer
as Father
H. Jon Benjamin
as Tabitha
Demoze Talbot
as Foster Kid
Ely Henry
as Reggie
Sharon Brathwaite
as Teeny
Luke White
as Paramedic
Brooke Newton
as Justine
Whitney Wiley
as Ashley
Fair Micaela Griffin
as Cheerleader
Jake Richardson
as Frontman
Jenny Robinson
as Dancer
Lora Plattner
as Naomi
Alan Mueting
as Teacher
Bunnie Rivera
as Carmen
Seana Kofoed
as Beatrice
Erika Alexander
as Gloria
Kayla Ibarra
as Beauty Technician
Jeremy Sisto
as George Altman
David Dossett
as Tattoo Artist
Carla Jeffery
as Shira
Rex Lee
as Mr. Wolfe
Bryan E Gentry
as Jock
Samantha Quan
as Candi
Kira Legg
as Raggedy Ann
Bellah Crawford
as Shay Niece #1
Christopher Gehrman
as Shopkeeper
Lucas Adams
as Cody
Cooper Barnes
as Male Customer
Jay Mohr
as Steven Royce
Jamie Denbo
as Deena Doogan
Bryan Coffee
as Frank
Todd Louiso
as Bob
Brent Jennings
as Chester
Michael Lerner
as Aaron Laynberg
Steve Little
as Danny G
Griffin Matthews
as Gladys
Whoopi Goldberg
as Yakult
J. Rene Pena
as Passenger
Julian Stone
as Yves Clyde
Chad Dashnaw
as Dave Donsky
Natalie Fabry
as Cheerleader #1
Deborah Robin
as Suspicious Housewife
Vernee Watson
as Fatima
Evie Peck
as Mrs. O'Brien
Cody Chappel
as Bahammy
David H Hall
as Old Joe The Architect
James Skinner
as Balloon Guy
Grace Noble
as Student at Bar
Parker Young
as Ryan Shay
Derek Waters
as Jarrison
Bruno Alexander
as Deli Man
Kristine Angela
as Student
August Maturo
as Older Kid
Mary Kay Place
as Gam Gam
Aiden Weinberg
as Opus
Heather Nichols
as Sexy Fisherman
Paul Goetz
as Student
Marypat Farrell
as Claire
Maliabeth Johnson
Brennan Murray
as Camera Guy
Michael Adler
as Dr. Roger
Ellen Woglom
as Aimee Ainsley
Ryan Kolbe
as Luke
Natasha Leggero
as Nora
Bambadjan Bamba
as Street Vendor
Kate Micucci
as Cindy
Alexandria DeBerry
as Savannah
Alex Boling
as Alex
Kaylee Bryant
as Girl #2
Abbie Cobb
as Kimantha
Lennie Loftin
as Electrical Strangler
Bruno Amato
as Police Officer
Kristofer Allen
as Medium Dancer
Darlene Hunt
as Connie Kushell
Patrick Rafferty
as Chiropractor
J.P. Manoux
as Chef Norman Neuman
Carly Jordan Pancher
as Mini Dalia
Greg Worswick
as Geoff
Sharon Pierre-Louis
as Daisy
Joey Naber
Mae Whitman
as Caris
Andrew J. West
as Mark
Alice Lo
as Mrs. Yee
Jonathan Slavin
as Store Manager
Rachel Dratch
as Paula Weingelb
Brody Weinberg
as Opus
Ryan Carnes
as Bart
Tom Yi
as Mr. Seigel
Luiggi Debiasse
as Ernesto
Annie Hsu
as Teepee Person
Laura Hunter Drago
as Cashier #2
Christina Moore
as Karen
Chris Parnell
as Fred Shay
Brian Huskey
as Podiatrist
Jesse Heiman
as Stumbling Student
Alan Heitz
as Man
Madeleine Claire
as Shay Niece #2
Arden Myrin
as Jocelyn
Kay D'Arcy
as Kay
Courtney Rood
as Cheerleader
Dana Powell
as Rhonda
Edward Padilla
as Javier
Brooklynne James
as Botox Woman
Harley Graham
as Girl
Kellie Koppel
as Junior Secretary
TL Savage
as Officer Johnston
Jason Matthew Smith
as Scotty
James Ingram
as Self
Lilly Roberson
as Joan/Slutty Mushroom
Keirsten Kafka
as Volleyball Player
Jillian Clare
as Waitress
Cutter Garcia
as Gary
Burnadean Jones
as Marjareen
Eddie Lobo
as Subway Rider
Laura Liguori
as Female Customer
Maestro Harrell
as Malik
Allie Grant
as Lisa Shay
David L. King
as Official
Reedy Gibbs
as Nurse
Shanica Knowles
as Amantha
Hollie Lee
as Pageant Mom
Ryan Churchill
as Drew
Emily Alyn Lind
as Nadia Nergen
Selia Hansen
as The Passing Woman
Megan Stevenson
as Leslie
Jacqui Holland
as Candy
Keith L. Williams
as Miles
Steven Koller
as Handsome Cop
Karl T. Wright
as Tennis Instructor
Tim Meadows
as Edmond
Chantelle Tibbs
as Tikey
Steve Alderfer
as Waiter
Jackie Collins
as Self
Bryson Barretto
as Victor Ha
Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino
as D.J.
Michael Raif Brizzolara
as Bartender #1
Diana Kyle
as Coffe Shop Patron
Maria Russell
as Ibiza
Patrick Cox
as Security Guard
Sean Smith
as Club Manager/Hotel Manager
Janis Valdez
as Colette
Tig Notaro
as Rebecca Dunn
David Cohen
as Farmer's Market Patron
Frances Mary McKittrick
as Young Sheila
Anna Claire Sneed
as Girl #1
Leslie Gunning
as Chatswin Mom
Chelsea O'Toole
as Dog Groomer/Hair Colorist
Mara Klein
as Hostess
Candace Brown
as Camille
Kelsey Darragh
as Meredith
Gilland Jones
as Amber
Sydney Hooper
as Mini Dalia
Tiffany Martin
as Young Paula
Julie Berlin
as Country Club Member/PTA Mom/BBQ Guest/Farmer's Market Patron
Candice Nunes
as Female Student
Bob Glouberman
as Lansky #2
Gary Kraus
as Umpire
Justin Sintic
as Security Guard #1
Cletus Young
as Charlie
Phil Abrams
as Lansky #1
Ty Dawson
as Player Getting Hurt
Nick Drago
as Endangered Alligator
Michael Voltaggio
as Chef Julio Proust
Livia Treviño
as Maid
Alan Tudyk
as Noah Werner
Eugene Byrd
as Cyrus
Geoff Pierson
as Emmett Altman
Andrea Bogart
as Holly
Wilmer Valderrama
as Yoni
Hartley Sawyer
as Janitor
Deborah Baker Jr.
as Sunset-Laemmle
Madison Carlon
as Meredith Shay
Kelly Sweeney
as Girl dancer

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2011 | 22 Episodes

Season 2

2012 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

2014 | 13 Episodes

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Awards

Awards & NominationsSee more »

Critics Choice Television Awards 2012

Nominee

Critics Choice Television Awards

Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics 2012

Winner

GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics

Unsung TV Show of the Year

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