Grandfathered "Baby Model" Review - AVClub

AVClub: In the course of its first season, Grandfathered has managed a neat trick: it doles out the little lessons and hits the beats that so many sitcoms do, while managing to steer away from the more hackneyed elements of the format. It’s a smart choice that makes Grandfathered not unlike a really well-made bowl of chicken noodle soup: it’s familiar and comforting, but a far cry from your average nondescript can of something. The more time you spend thinking about it, the smarter it gets.

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