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Lost at Home 

Ad agency superstar Michael Davis has it all. He's a great provider and is proud of the restored farmhouse where he lives with his wife Rachel and their kids. But he's lost touch with his ... See full summary »

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Michael Jacobs
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Series cast summary:
Mitch Rouse ...  Michael Davis 6 episodes, 2003
Connie Britton ...  Rachel Davis 6 episodes, 2003
Stark Sands ...  Will Davis 6 episodes, 2003
Gavin Fink ...  Josh Davis 6 episodes, 2003
Leah Pipes ...  Sarah Davis 6 episodes, 2003
Gregory Hines ...  Jordan King 6 episodes, 2003
Aaron Hill ...  Tucker 6 episodes, 2003
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Ad agency superstar Michael Davis has it all. He's a great provider and is proud of the restored farmhouse where he lives with his wife Rachel and their kids. But he's lost touch with his family. When Rachel announces that she's leaving unless he reconnects with them, he wants to earn back their love and trust, but he doesn't even know how the kitchen appliances work. When his boss and best friend, Jordan King, agrees to give him less work, Michael starts to define his success as a family man, not a businessman. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family | Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 April 2003 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Michael Jacobs' Untitled Pilot See more »

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Runtime:

(4 episodes)

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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This was better last night, on a different network
22 April 2003 | by butwhatdoiknowSee all my reviews

Clearly there is a black hole for original thought on TV. Everwood must be pretty good, because it's been hijacked and shrunken down into a lame 1/2 hour comedy. Nice original job, ABC -- especially in hiring an actor who looks just like Gregory Smith. Too bad there's only one of him!


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