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President Gilcrest and his trophy wife are living in the White House, with their overachieving daughter sidetracked by pregnancy, a couch potato hopeless son, a genius young son, and an odd middle school girl.
The series was canceled after airing just two episodes. And rightly so. It was badly cast. Series creator David Hornsby cast himself in the lead, the character came across as a gay guy instead of a gentleman...not the same thing.
When I think of gentlemen I get images of "Mr. French" from "Family Affair" or Michael Caine's "Alfred" in "Batman" which stands to reason because Butlers are (or were) referred to as "A gentleman's gentleman".
David Hornsby came across as a gay guy who had excellent taste in everything but his own wardrobe.
Kevin Dillon proves once again that he is only capable of minor supporting roles. This time he bit off more than he could chew. Sorry "Drama".
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