The Clearys are a traditional 1970s working-class Irish-Catholic family. Parents Mike and Peggy are raising eight boys who spend most of their days with little supervision. There are 10 people under one roof sharing three bedrooms and one bathroom, so it's everyone for themselves.
I too love this show and all the characters. I agree that it does a great job of representing this era in a realistic way much like I remember things being in the 70s.
I would very much like to see the sitcom return next season as it was one of only a very few new shows this season to really capture my interest. I find it frustrating when good shows that can be enjoyed by many viewers are cancelled to make way for shows that are characterized, scripted, and marketed to appease only the certain sector(s) of the viewing population that the broadcasting companies believe will make their network(s) appear more politically correct and/or of greater social awareness.
However, the reference to Hillary Clinton fails to support the argument because Hillary actually did win the vote of the population as a whole but lost the election because of the electoral college vote distribution; which made me feel like some votes, including mine, just didn't count. Just as I feel that my like, and the like of others, for this TV show just doesn't count either because the network has decided the viewers as a whole don't matter, and only the opinions of certain sectors of the viewer population should be of concern to them.
as this country has proven
they like Hilary Clinton will lose...
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