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Yes, Dear

For the unrelated British sitcom, see Yus, My Dear.

Yes, Dear is an American television sitcom created by Alan Kirschenbaum and Gregory Garcia, that aired on CBS from October 2, 2000, to February 15, 2006, with the total of six seasons and 122 episodes. It starred Anthony Clark, Jean Louisa Kelly, Mike O'Malley, and Liza Snyder.

Yes, Dear
Title card for seasons 4–6
GenreSitcom
Created by
Starring
Opening theme
ComposerRick Marotta
Country of originUnited States
Original languageEnglish
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes122(list of episodes)
Production
Executive producers
Producers
  • Jay Kleckner
  • Patrick McCarthy
  • Bobby Bowman
  • Erika Kaestle
Camera setupMulti-camera
Running time22 minutes
Production companies
DistributorCBS Television Distribution
Release
Original networkCBS
Audio formatDolby SR
Original releaseOctober 2, 2000 (2000-10-02)
February 15, 2006 (2006-02-15)

Critically panned and expected to be one of the first new series to be canceled during its first season, Yes, Dear ended up being a sleeper hit for CBS. In March 2006, CBS cancelled the series after 6 seasons, after star Anthony Clark was hired to host NBC's Last Comic Standing.

Contents

Greg Warner, a successful businessman in the film industry, and Kim, his level-headed stay-at-home wife, do their best to be the perfect parents to their young son, Sammy (and later daughter, Emily). Things become difficult when Kim's sister Christine and her husband Jimmy Hughes move into the Warners' guest house with their two rambunctious boys, Dominic and Logan.

SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedAverage viewers
(in millions)
Rank
First airedLast aired
124October 2, 2000 (2000-10-02)May 14, 2001 (2001-05-14)13.1[citation needed]#28
224September 24, 2001 (2001-09-24)May 13, 2002 (2002-05-13)13.9#21
324September 23, 2002 (2002-09-23)May 19, 2003 (2003-05-19)13.3#25
424September 22, 2003 (2003-09-22)May 24, 2004 (2004-05-24)10.7#40
511February 16, 2005 (2005-02-16)May 18, 2005 (2005-05-18)9.2#53
615September 14, 2005 (2005-09-14)February 15, 2006 (2006-02-15)7.8#85

Main Cast

Recurring

Children

  • Joel Homan as Dominic Hughes (Episodes 3–122) (credited as Main Cast)
  • Anthony and Michael Bain as Sammy Warner
  • Madison and Marissa Poer as Emily Warner (Seasons 4-6)
  • Christopher and Nicholas Berry as Logan Hughes (Seasons 1-2)
  • Alexander and Shawn Shapiro as Logan Hughes (Season 3 Ep 2-9)
  • Brendon Baerg as Logan Hughes (Seasons 3-6)
    • A running gag in the later seasons involves Jimmy being confused when reflecting on Logan's childhood, by showing short scenes of each of Logan's various actors (i.e. Logan constantly being a different child and hence his appearance always changing)

Grandparents

Co-Workers

CBS had announced the cancellation of Yes, Dear in early 2004, but later ordered 13 mid-season episodes, after the show cut its license fee to secure the renewal. After canceling Center of the Universe, CBS began airing the first episode of Yes, Dear on Wednesday, February 16, 2005, at 9:30 p.m. (east side). CBS ordered a fifth season over 22 episodes from 2005 to 2006, but that order was then reduced to 13 episodes - however two episodes were prevented from airing due to breaking news events and were pushed to season six.

For the fall of 2004, TBS picked up the syndication rights of the show, airing it at 1:00 p.m, before switching to a 3:00 p.m. airtime in January. In the fall of 2006, 20th Television, the 20th Century Fox distribution subsidiary, took back show in the form of bartering syndication from TBS and replaced it with Still Standing. In 2012, it began airing at 10:00 pm. Monday through Friday on Nick at Nite. On August 1, 2012, CMT began showing re-runs of the series during the week from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The program was also aired on Nick Jr. as part of the short lived NickMom block.

In 2010, Garcia premiered a new show, titled Raising Hope from Fox Broadcasting Company. In the third season, in episode sixteen, Brian Doyle-Murray is shown as an executive of the Hollywood studio, a reference to his role as Mr. Savitsky.

The next episode, Mike O'Malley and Liza Snyder reprise the characters of Jimmy and Christine Hughes and are prominently featured as characters who have made a habit of watching a sex video made by the characters in the new series, Virginia and Burt Chance. Dominic, Logan, and the guest house are also referred to in the conversation. Jimmy makes another appearance in the fourth season, in episode 19 (a different actress portrays Christine and is renamed Christy).

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  21. Phil Dyess-Nugent (March 21, 2014). "Raising Hope: "Para-Natesville Activity"". AV Club.

Yes, Dear
Yes Dear Language Watch Edit For the unrelated British sitcom see Yus My Dear Yes Dear is an American television sitcom created by Alan Kirschenbaum and Gregory Garcia that aired on CBS from October 2 2000 to February 15 2006 with the total of six seasons and 122 episodes It starred Anthony Clark Jean Louisa Kelly Mike O Malley and Liza Snyder Yes DearTitle card for seasons 4 6GenreSitcomCreated byAlan Kirschenbaum Gregory Thomas GarciaStarringAnthony Clark Jean Louisa Kelly Mike O Malley Liza Snyder Joel HomanOpening themeComposed by Rick Marotta Family Is Family performed and written by Bill JanovitzComposerRick MarottaCountry of originUnited StatesOriginal languageEnglishNo of seasons6No of episodes122 list of episodes ProductionExecutive producersAlan Kirschenbaum Gregory Thomas GarciaProducersJay Kleckner Patrick McCarthy Bobby Bowman Erika KaestleCamera setupMulti cameraRunning time22 minutesProduction companiesAmigos de Garcia Productions Cherry Tree Entertainment CBS Productions 20th Century Fox TelevisionDistributorCBS Television DistributionReleaseOriginal networkCBSAudio formatDolby SROriginal releaseOctober 2 2000 2000 10 02 February 15 2006 2006 02 15 Critically panned and expected to be one of the first new series to be canceled during its first season Yes Dear ended up being a sleeper hit for CBS 1 In March 2006 CBS cancelled the series after 6 seasons after star Anthony Clark was hired to host NBC s Last Comic Standing 2 3 Contents 1 Premise 2 Episodes 3 Cast 3 1 Main Cast 3 2 Recurring 3 2 1 Children 3 2 2 Grandparents 3 2 3 Co Workers 4 Changes 5 Transmission 6 Connection with Raising Hope 7 References 8 External linksPremise EditGreg Warner a successful businessman in the film industry and Kim his level headed stay at home wife do their best to be the perfect parents to their young son Sammy and later daughter Emily Things become difficult when Kim s sister Christine and her husband Jimmy Hughes move into the Warners guest house with their two rambunctious boys Dominic and Logan Episodes EditMain article List of Yes Dear episodes SeasonEpisodesOriginally airedAverage viewers in millions RankFirst airedLast aired124October 2 2000 2000 10 02 May 14 2001 2001 05 14 13 1 citation needed 28 4 224September 24 2001 2001 09 24 May 13 2002 2002 05 13 13 9 5 21 5 324September 23 2002 2002 09 23 May 19 2003 2003 05 19 13 3 6 25 6 424September 22 2003 2003 09 22 May 24 2004 2004 05 24 10 7 7 40 7 511February 16 2005 2005 02 16 May 18 2005 2005 05 18 9 2 8 53 8 615September 14 2005 2005 09 14 February 15 2006 2006 02 15 7 8 9 85 9 Cast EditMain Cast Edit Anthony Clark as Gregory Greg Warner Jean Louisa Kelly as Kimberly Kim Warner nee Ludke Mike O Malley as James Jimmy Hughes Jr Liza Snyder as Christine Hughes nee Ludke Recurring Edit Children Edit Joel Homan as Dominic Hughes Episodes 3 122 credited as Main Cast Anthony and Michael Bain as Sammy Warner Madison and Marissa Poer as Emily Warner Seasons 4 6 Christopher and Nicholas Berry as Logan Hughes Seasons 1 2 Alexander and Shawn Shapiro as Logan Hughes Season 3 Ep 2 9 Brendon Baerg as Logan Hughes Seasons 3 6 A running gag in the later seasons involves Jimmy being confused when reflecting on Logan s childhood by showing short scenes of each of Logan s various actors i e Logan constantly being a different child and hence his appearance always changing Grandparents Edit Tim Conway as Tom Warner Greg s father Vicki Lawrence as Natalie Warner Greg s mother Jerry Van Dyke as James Big Jimmy Hughes Sr Jimmy s father Beth Grant as Kitty Hughes Jimmy s mother Dan Hedaya as Don Ludke Kim and Christine s father Alley Mills as Jenny Ludke Kim and Christine s mother Co Workers Edit Billy Gardell as Billy Colivita Phill Lewis as Roy Barr Brian Doyle Murray as Mr George SavitskyChanges EditCBS had announced the cancellation of Yes Dear in early 2004 but later ordered 13 mid season episodes after the show cut its license fee to secure the renewal 10 After canceling Center of the Universe 11 CBS began airing the first episode of Yes Dear on Wednesday February 16 2005 at 9 30 p m east side 12 CBS ordered a fifth season over 22 episodes from 2005 to 2006 but that order was then reduced to 13 episodes however two episodes were prevented from airing due to breaking news events and were pushed to season six 13 14 Transmission EditFor the fall of 2004 TBS picked up the syndication rights of the show airing it at 1 00 p m before switching to a 3 00 p m airtime in January 15 In the fall of 2006 20th Television the 20th Century Fox distribution subsidiary took back show in the form of bartering syndication from TBS and replaced it with Still Standing In 2012 it began airing at 10 00 pm Monday through Friday on Nick at Nite 16 On August 1 2012 CMT began showing re runs of the series during the week from 5 00 p m to 7 00 p m 17 The program was also aired on Nick Jr as part of the short lived NickMom block 18 Connection with Raising Hope EditIn 2010 Garcia premiered a new show titled Raising Hope from Fox Broadcasting Company In the third season in episode sixteen Brian Doyle Murray is shown as an executive of the Hollywood studio a reference to his role as Mr Savitsky 19 The next episode Mike O Malley and Liza Snyder reprise the characters of Jimmy and Christine Hughes and are prominently featured as characters who have made a habit of watching a sex video made by the characters in the new series Virginia and Burt Chance Dominic Logan and the guest house are also referred to in the conversation 20 Jimmy makes another appearance in the fourth season in episode 19 a different actress portrays Christine and is renamed Christy 21 References Edit Lynette Rice November 28 2001 Why Yes Dear is a ratings hit and critical miss Entertainment Weekly Colin Mahan March 7 2006 The grim reaper says Yes Dear tv com Retrieved May 18 2020 Lisa de Moraes March 3 2006 Violence Violence Violence Burps Nose Picking Washington Post Retrieved May 25 2020 2000 01 Ratings History The TV Ratings Guide a b How did your favorite show rate USA Today May 28 2002 Retrieved January 9 2010 a b Nielsen s TOP 156 Shows for 2002 03 a b I T R S Ranking Report 01 Thru 210 ABC Medianet Archived from the original on September 30 2007 Retrieved May 25 2007 a b Primetime series The Hollywood Reporter Nielsen Business Media May 27 2005 Archived from the original on August 21 2009 Retrieved September 12 2009 a b Season Program Rankings from 09 19 05 through 05 28 06 ABC Medianet May 28 2006 Archived from the original on October 11 2014 Retrieved July 3 2009 2004 Broadcast Upfront Presentations Wrap Up Part 1 The Futon Critic May 25 2004 Retrieved May 25 2020 CBS Says Yes Dear The Futon Critic January 21 2005 Retrieved May 25 2020 CBS Rocks and Rolls in February The Futon Critic January 27 2005 Retrieved February 25 2020 Anna Johns November 5 2005 The end for Yes Dear TV Squad Archived from the original on July 14 2010 Retrieved May 25 2020 Rachel Cericola November 5 2005 No More Yes Dear TV Fodder Retrieved May 25 2020 John Eggerton March 16 2004 TBS Says Yes Dear Broadcasting amp Cable Nickelodeon Adds Friends and Yes Dear to Nick At Nite s Powerhouse Roster of Modern Comedies Viacom CBS March 10 2011 Retrieved May 25 2020 CMT Will Air Reba and Yes Dear This Fall CMT News July 2 2012 Retrieved May 25 2020 NickMom Announces New Development Slate Including Whoopi Goldberg Project And Greenlights Second Season Of Docu Comedy Take Me To Your Mother PR Newswire July 26 2013 Retrieved May 25 2020 Jessica Rawden December 17 2012 Raising Hope Adds Emily Rutherfurd Brian Doyle Murray For Two Part Episode Cinema Blend Jessica Rawden January 3 2013 Mike O Malley And Liza Snyder To Guest Star On Raising Hope Cinema Blend Phil Dyess Nugent March 21 2014 Raising Hope Para Natesville Activity AV Club External links EditYes Dear at IMDb Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Yes Dear amp oldid 1051895030, wikipedia, wiki, 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