Alex Meyers, played by Amanda Peet (Syriana, Griffin and Phoenix) is a no nonsense attorney who is recently divorced and in need of having her kitchen renovated. She hires Pete (played by David Walton from Quarterlife, Heist) has a reputation as a irresponsible womanizing guy who is trying to rebuild his career as a contractor and leave his promiscuous ways and gambling habits behind him. Alex's husband was imprisoned for insider trading struggles to keep her life on track and raise her daughter Charlie Meyers (Joey King from Ghost Whisperer, Crazy, Stupid Love) is a typical 8 year old who is wise way beyond her years. Contractor Pete's father is played by Jeffrey Tambor from Arrested Development, The Hangover, a want to be musician who livens up things mostly because he is such a funny guy! With plenty of great comedy writing and people to deliver it well this show will keep audiences laughing for a long time!

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Anna Miko

Anna Miko enjoys writing more than reading books. But most of all she likes to write movie and series reviews. Being fond of classic cinema, she nevertheless is the author of many research works on contemporary visual arts. She also writes short essays on new movies and series helping others to navigate the world of modern cinema.

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