Stars: Steve Byrne, Dan Lauria, Jodi Long, Owen Benjamin, Brian Doyle-Murray, Christine Ebersole, Vivian Bang, Valerie Azlynn

If you watch sports or Seinfeld re-runs on TBS, or like to get to the movie theater a few minutes early, then chances you are you saw their grossly over-done media campaign for Sullivan & Son, with cast interviews that claimed it was a fresh and daringly offensive new spin on a classic sitcom twist, and commercials that begged you to remember Vince Vaughn is loosely involved with the show.

If that somehow suckered you into believing TBS was actually capable of producing a decent original series, and you watched this crap, then what you saw was...Cheers. Excuse us, the worst Cheers impersonator of all time. Sure, there's a bar, and everyone knows each other's name, but you'd be hard-pressed to remember any of these cardboard archetypes yourself, let alone force a chuckle at the show's excruciatingly corny race jokes. The less said about Steve Byrne's sleepy lead performance or Jodi Long's as his ultra-caricatured tiger mommy, the better.