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End Games
Ronny's family finds out that he is seeing a therapist, and they show up at his appointment.

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Family Therapy
The family crash Ronny's therapy session and air their grievances about one another.

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Cutting The Cord
Marjorie gets an opportunity to bond with her future daughter-in-law.

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Gerard's Engagement Party
Gerard misses his own engagement party when he gets on the wrong Boston Harbor cruise ship, so Marjorie is forced to bond with her soon-to-be daughter-in- law. Meanwhile, Sean hits it off with Katrina's mother; and Arthur judges Jackie for how her baby was conceived.

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End Games
Marjorie is forced to bond with her future daughter-in-law when Gerard misses the engagement party.

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The Ref
Ronny begins dating Doug, who has a history of upsetting Arthur.

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Hall of Fame
Marjorie tries to protect Gerard from getting offended and convinces him to believe he was inducted into the High School Hall of Fame. Meanwhile, Ronny works with Arthur to write a speech honoring his late assistant coach and Jackie's baby-daddy.

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Sister Act
When Marjorie's overly competitive sister visits, their sibling rivalry comes to a head.

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Red Sox Swap
Marjorie invites her disgruntled tenant, Pam, to celebrate Christmas with the family.

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Arthur And Marjorie's Night Apart
When Marjorie learns she needs to spend the night in the hospital, she prepares a care package for Arthur with instructions on how to survive.

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Why Guys Shouldn't Date Their Sister's Ex
When Marjorie finds out that Jackie's ex-boyfriend is gay, she tries to hook him up with Ronny.

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Thanks a Lot, Ronny
The McCarthy family try to persuade Gerard to break up with his offensive girlfriend.

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Supporting Jackie
When Jackie gets a list from her doctor of the things she can't do now that she's pregnant, her family tries to show support and avoid doing them too.

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The Good Coach
Gerard and Sean apply for coaching jobs. A jealous Marjorie thinks Ronny is already taken.

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Love McCarthys Style
Ronny suggests his family get in touch with their feelings after meeting his boyfriend's affectionate family. Ronny decides to make a video for Arthur and Marjorie's anniversary.

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In the series premiere, Ronny must decide if he should move away from his close-knit family to accept a job offer from his father.

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The McCarthys, aired by CBS from 2014 to 2015, took the concept of the traditional family sitcom and offered it a fresh, unconventional twist. Set in the vibrant land of Boston, Massachusetts, the show skillfully wedding humor and heart in a relatable depiction of a passionate, sports-obsessed family who’re staunchly practicing Catholics. At the heart of the narrative is the Irish-American McCarthy family – a tight-knit and lively bunch of Boston sports enthusiasts with basketball coursing through their veins. From the devotion to their hometown’s sports teams to their heartfelt kinship, each member embodies a different aspect of the traditional Boston spirit, crafting incisively funny and authentic incidents that permeate every episode. Patriarch Arthur McCarthy (brilliantly played by Jack McGee) is a high school basketball coach for whom the world revolves around the sport. His deep-seated passion for basketball is mirrored in his children Gerard, Sean, Jackie and Ronnie. While Gerard and Sean are like their father in their love for sports and simple living, it is the daughter Jackie who takes the spotlight as the single and not-so-conventional member of the family. However, it is the youngest McCarthy, Ronnie (adorably portrayed by Tyler Ritter), who resides at the crux of the narrative. As the only openly gay member in an overtly masculine, sports-centric family, Ronnie threads a fine line between blending into the typical family dynamic and embracing his identity. The McCarthys is unique in its approach, in that it presents this seeming anomaly in a matter-of-fact, non-stereotypical way and creates its humor without succumbing to insensitive clichés. Ronnie is also the narrative lens of the series, culling out empathetic, humorous scenarios from the daily lives of the McCarthys. Adding a delightful twinkle to the show's ethos, Laurie Metcalf delivers a top-notch performance as Marjorie, the matriarch of the McCarthy family. Simultaneously, she manages to maintain a strong presence and acts as the peacekeeper amidst the enjoyable chaos that often ensues in her family. The dynamic and vibrant city of Boston is effectively another character in this hilarious sitcom, infusing the narrative with a unique charm and distinct local identity. The love for their city, Celtics and each other forms the backbone of the McCarthys, offering viewers a nuanced picture of a traditional family grappling with modern identities. Underneath their hilarity and enthusiasm for sports, the McCarthys’s tender bonds and deep-rooted love for each other often shine through. In many ways, The McCarthys is a tribute to the traditional family sitcom, beautifully balancing the time-tested formulas that define the genre with newer, more contemporary elements. The show successfully pushes boundaries while staying rooted to family life's simplicity and everyday drama, tapping into a familiar and comforting space for the viewers. Moreover, the show’s perceptive writing offers a refreshing portrayal of diverse family dynamics. The characters, while bound by the common thread of familial ties and a shared passion for sports, each come with their distinct quirks. Their humorous trials and tribulations are matched by an equally compelling undercurrent of emotion, adding a depth to the seemingly lighthearted narrative. While only lasting for one season, The McCarthys distinguished itself from its contemporaries through its unique premise that managed to be progressive without compromising on humor and family warmth. Each 30-minute episode is packed with laugh-out-loud moments and touching interactions that resonate long after. In conclusion, The McCarthys is a family comedy that shines in its unassuming and honest storytelling, set against the backdrop of a warm, sports-endearing Boston family. The intuitive humor and authentically charming characters make watching the McCarthy family's exploits an endearing experience, bringing to life the human moments that make family - no matter how unconventional - a source of joyous contention and heartfelt belonging. It is, in every sense, a heartfelt tribute to the classic family sitcom with modern sensibilities - a must-watch for those who appreciate authentic and humor-filled storytelling.

The McCarthys is a series categorized as a canceled/ended. Spanning 1 seasons with a total of 16 episodes, the show debuted on 2014. The series has earned a moderate reviews from both critics and viewers. The IMDb score stands at 6.3.

Tyler Ritter, Jack McGee, Laurie Metcalf, Kelen Coleman, Jimmy Dunn, Joey McIntyre
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