Men of a Certain Age-Complete 1st Season - Emmy Nominee: Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series
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|MEN OF A CERTAIN AGE explores the unique bonds of male friendship among three men experiencing the changes and challenges of mid-life. They have been best friends since college but now, in their 40s, are navigating through the second act of their lives. Joe (Romano) is a friendly, slightly neurotic, recently separated father of two who had dreams of being a professional golfer. Now he owns and runs a party store. Terry (Bakula) is a laid-back, handsome actor who seems to breeze through life (and women). Lately, he’s spending more time working as a temp than as an actor. And Owen (Braugher) is an overstressed husband and father of three who endures constant criticism from his father, for whom he works as a car salesman.|
Editor's NoteRay Ramona, Andre Braugher, and Scott Bakula star as middle-age friends trying to figure out life in the TNT comedy/drama MEN OF A CERTAIN AGE. That program's entire first season is collected on this release.
Men of a Certain Age: The Complete First Season - DVD Review
By: Blake Matthews Blogcritics.org Reviews
Published on: 11/10/2010 10:14 AM
|Joe (Ray Romano) is recently divorced; juggling his time between his kids, owning and running his party store, and trying to re-enter the dating scene after 20-plus years. Owen (Andre Braugher) is happily married, but works as a car salesmen for his father (Richard Gant). Owen doesn’t get along very well with Owen Sr., exacerbated because Dad defers to Marcus (Brian J. White) on many decisions because he's a stronger salesman than Marcus. Owen Sr. is considering asking Marcus to run the business when he steps down instead of having Owen take over....read the full review|