Raising Dad

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Raising Dad
Format Sitcom
Created by Jonathan Katz
Starring Bob Saget
Kat Dennings
Riley Smith
Beau Wirick
Brie Larson
Jerry Adler
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 22
Production
Running time 30 minutes
(with commercials)
Broadcast
Original channel The WB
Original run October 5, 2001 – May 10, 2002

Raising Dad is an American television series that aired on the WB from October 5, 2001 until May 10, 2002. The series starred Bob Saget, Kat Dennings, Brie Larson, Riley Smith, Beau Wirick, and Jerry Adler,[1] and was produced by Albion Productions in association with Paramount Television.

Premise[edit]

Matt Stewart (Saget) is a widower trying to raise his two daughters, Sarah (Dennings) and Emily (Larson), with the help of his live-in father, Sam (Jerry Adler), a former baseball player for the Boston Red Sox. Further complicating matters, Matt works as an English teacher at Sarah's high school. Matt struggles to keep his nose out of his daughter's social life while attempting to find his own.

Cast and characters[edit]

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Episode guide[edit]

Season 1: 2001-2002[edit]

Episode # Title Original Airdate
1 "Pilot" October 5, 2001
2 "Sex Ed" October 12, 2001
3 "Baby, You Can't Drive My Car" October 19, 2001
4 "For Mature Audiences Only" October 26, 2001
5 "Fight for Your Right to Party" November 2, 2001
6 "We'll Always Have Scrabble" November 9, 2001
7 "The Drama Club" November 16, 2001
8 "The New Room" December 7, 2001
9 "Teacher Evaluations" December 14, 2001
10 "Matt&Sarah@Gossip.com" January 11, 2002
11 "First Date" January 18, 2002
12 "Sam's Enchanted Evening" January 25, 2002
13 "Mentor Matt" February 1, 2002
14 "The Math Problem" February 15, 2002
15 "Attending a Family Dysfunction" February 22, 2002
16 "Miss Communication" March 22, 2002
17 "A Kiss is Still a Kiss" April 5, 2002
18 "Home Plates" April 12, 2002
19 "The House of Stewart" April 19, 2002
20 "Bully" April 26, 2002
21 "Daughter Nose Best" May 3, 2002
22 "Losing It" May 10, 2002

References[edit]

  1. ^ The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-Present. Ballantine Books. 2003. p. 977. ISBN 0-345-45542-8. 

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