favorite couple had more than just an on-screen romance.
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' And I walk slow to give him a chance to clean up.""And we don't close our door either but if you walk in on me and my husband, you're gonna get a surprise! "He got a surprise and he will never do that again..walked in on me giving my husband a favor, at 2 o'clock in the morning.""And he forgot to clear his throat and stomp," she added. "We've never had the conversation about it and in my mind, if we ever do have it, I'm gonna lead with, 'Well, at least your mother and father love each other,' which is more than I can say for some of the kids that you're growing up with.
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The plot is set in the Metropolitan Detroit area, most likely the Southfield area as Shannon attends Southfield Elementary School, which is shown throughout season 1.
In a February 2009 interview on Anytime with Bob Kushell, Sullivan agreed the main character is going through a midlife crisis, but she does not like using the term "midlife".
The series debuted alongside re-runs of Reba as part of a new comedy hour for Tuesday nights, which later changed to Monday nights.
The show stars Nicole Sullivan as Rita, Tisha Campbell-Martin, Richard Ruccolo, Raviv Ullman, and Kelly Gould.
that about two years ago, when he was 13, he learned the hard way what can happen if you enter someone's room unannounced...namely her and husband Kevin Hunter's."We don't close doors at our house," Williams said.
"We walk hard in our house..we're always clearing our throats.
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