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Old 01-27-2006, 12:28 AM   #1
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Unfortunately, Yes, Dear won't get a 7th season.

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Old 01-27-2006, 12:39 AM   #2
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I definitely would. It's horribly unfair the way it's treated since it scores decent ratings. Many times this season, it has scored higher than any other non-CBS sitcom. NBC has upped its sitcom load with a better line-up, but Yes Dear still performs equal to or only slightly worse and occasionally even better.

The show's suffering now from a lack of promotion, yet it still manages a decent number.

I know that the show is cheap to produce, so I don't see why they wouldn't give it another go around. I know that the writers aren't exactly Hollywood's finest, and the show relies more heavily on guest stars than it should, but I still find it enjoyable episode after episode, so yeah, it'd be nice to see it get a 7th season.

I wouldn't hold my breath, though, unfortunately.
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I would definately like to see a 7th season. I think this show is the most underrated sitcom on tv today.
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Not me. I'm surprised it had more than 1 season. YAWN.
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lol.. I totally agree
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i happen to like this show, im surprised it didnt go to 8.
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It isn't getting a 7th season.

Yes, Dear is cancelled.
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It isn't getting a 7th season.

Yes, Dear is cancelled.

Yep, definitely cancelled. The current Big Brother house is on the sound stage where Yes, Dear used to film.
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This reminds me...when "Yes, Dear" began in syndication in 2004, didn't it start out as a two-year deal with TBS and local stations? I think the reruns of this show has actually made "Yes, Dear" more popular in the last two seasons (That 70's Show, 8 Simple Rules, Becker, King of Queens)IIRC haven't the reruns on TBS been proven to be a ratings success? I'm wondering if these same stations (and TBS) is going to pick up "Yes, Dear" for another cycle (or if a cable network like FX will).
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This reminds me...when "Yes, Dear" began in syndication in 2004, didn't it start out as a two-year deal with TBS and local stations? I think the reruns of this show has actually made "Yes, Dear" more popular in the last two seasons (That 70's Show, 8 Simple Rules, Becker, King of Queens)IIRC haven't the reruns on TBS been proven to be a ratings success? I'm wondering if these same stations (and TBS) is going to pick up "Yes, Dear" for another cycle (or if a cable network like FX will).
u know, that happens alot to shows, they do much better in synd... I wonder if they do plan to pick the show up? I was never a fan of the show but i do love the guy that plays Greg.. I thought he was so funny on Boston Common
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u know, that happens alot to shows, they do much better in synd... I wonder if they do plan to pick the show up? I was never a fan of the show but i do love the guy that plays Greg.. I thought he was so funny on Boston Common


Anthony Clark is dee man. I loved him as Greg on Yes, Dear.
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sad, this show is so underrated
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