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CRUMBS (article first published : 2006-12-18)

Starting on M-Net on December 18 at 19h00 is Crumbs, the wacky comedy about a disjointed family.

Does your family drive you nuts at this time of the year? Donít miss M-Netís fresh, hilarious, zany comedy this Christmas Season with the Crumb family on Monday evenings at 19h00.

Itís crazy comedy that everyone can identify with, brought to viewers by Marco Pennette, the creator of Caroline in the City, and Iím with Her; who used his own life story to create this new series.

In todayís world, children keep secrets from their parents so they won't upset them, fathers leave for other women, and it is only when mom tried to run over dad, that the family realized she was a little crazy.

Estranged brothers Mitch and Jody Crumb reunite in their small hometown to deal with their mother, Suzanne, who is being discharged from a psychiatric facility and has yet to discover that her ex-husband is about to have a baby with his new girlfriend. They have issues ... major issues.

Central to everything is the dynamic between these two brothers: Mitch is the prodigal son, who is returning home after a failed Hollywood career, while Jody is the older brother who has stayed in the confines of their small New England town to run the family business. Together for the first time as adults, this family will have to stick by one another despite their combustible relationships.

Crumbs stars Fred Savage, Jane Curtin, William Devane, Eddie McClintock, Maggie Lawson and Reginald Ballard. From the producers of Smallville and One Tree Hill, this offbeat comedy is something everyone can relate to.




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