Another pleasant half hour comedy, like About a Boy, also on NBC, definitely something you could watch with your kids I'd say. It reminds me of Wonder Years...in fact the lead boy child looks a lot like Fred Savage in those years. The parents have separated, the older teen daughter and younger teen son still live with the somewhat ditzy mom (she grates on me a bit, she's so over the top), and the dad has moved into a new apt. The "kicker" is that dad, a successful lawyer, is totally blind...although very few people realize it. In part this is because he and his son have worked out ways to clue dad in, as has his law partner brother. However, now living alone dad has had to get a guide dog, and deal with people realizing he's blind. Amazingly this is based on a true story (see the father son picture at the credits). Also amazingly this has been well written so that there are not a ton of obvious blind jokes... in fact it is barely relevant in some episodes... it's basically a family sit com about a nice family. Again, I'm finding that even when the plot lines may be obvious the characters are nice enough people that you want to spend time with them. I recommend it for your summer viewing On Demand or in reruns if they have them.