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      Season 1 – Brothers

      2009 Comedy List
      32% 19 Reviews Tomatometer Mike Trainor is living the good life in New York. Handsome, wealthy, and recently retired from the NFL, he seems to have it all. But a phone call from his mother sends him flying back to his hometown of Houston, where he finds that a car accident has left his brother, Chill, in a wheelchair, struggling to keep his restaurant open. When she learns that Mike's manager absconded with all of Mike's hard-earned money, Mike's scheming mother is determined to keep Mike in Houston to help save Chill's restaurant and bring her family back together again. Read More Read Less

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      Lackluster and brash, Brothers is a predictable, cringe-worthy sitcom.

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      Previous Episode 1 Aired Sep 25, 2009 Pilot Retired NFL player Mike Trainor leaves the high life behind when he is called home to help deal with family issues, only to find the change of venue has become a necessity when his financial picture suddenly changes. Details Episode 2 Aired Sep 25, 2009 House Rules/Anniversary Mike and Chill are forced to try to live by Adele's rules; Coach forgets about his and Adele's wedding anniversary. Details Episode 3 Aired Oct 2, 2009 Mom at Bar/Train Buddy When another bartender quits, Adele takes over the open position; Coach enjoys his freedom while Adele is out of the house. Details Episode 4 Aired Oct 9, 2009 Snoop/Fat Kid Mike and Chill try to recover Mike's laundered assets by hiring their cousin, a shady lawyer (Snoop Dogg); Adele and Coach try to help an overweight kid pass gym class. Details Episode 5 Aired Oct 11, 2009 Lenny Adele begs Coach to be on his best behavior when her sister and brother-in-law come to town; Mike Tyson visits Trainor's. Details Episode 6 Aired Oct 18, 2009 Commercial/Coach DMV Mike does postgame commentary with a former rival (Will Sasso) and a commercial spot with Adele; Chill tries to help Coach get his driver's license renewed. Details Episode 7 Aired Oct 23, 2009 Meet Mike Trainor/Assistant Coach Coach relieves Chill of his duties as assistant coach after the team suffers an embarrassing losing streak; Trainor's new hostess tries to attract customers by spreading juicy rumors. Details Episode 8 Aired Nov 8, 2009 Mike's Comeback Mike's financial troubles seem to be over when he is given another chance to play for the NFL; Adele meddles with a student's decision to play baseball professionally. Details Episode 9 Aired Nov 22, 2009 Week in the Chair When Mike tries to spend a week in a wheelchair to win a bet he made with Chill, he makes some surprising discoveries. Details Episode 10 Aired Dec 13, 2009 Snoop Returns With the help of Cousin Kenny's (Snoop Dogg) legal aid, Coach's brother is released from jail and arrives at the Trainors' home; Mike makes a play for a waitress. Details Episode 11 Aired Dec 13, 2009 Christmas Lenny shows up at Trainor's after his wife goes on a trip to Mexico; Adele gets ready for Christmas with the family. Details Episode 12 Aired Dec 27, 2009 Girls Girls Girls Adele sets Chill up with a social worker from her school; Coach tries to be more romantic; Adele's coworker likes Mike. Details Episode 13 Aired Dec 27, 2009 Follow the Story A writer from a sports magazine comes to town to do a story about Mike; Coach's superstitious behavior frustrates Adele. Details Next
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      Previous Alan Sepinwall Newark Star-Ledger In all candor, Brothers is not anything you might classify as "good." Sep 26, 2019 Full Review Ellen Gray Philadelphia Inquirer Strahan's not yet up to his cast mates' level and the writing's uneven in tonight's back-to-back episodes - producers need...to figure out just how serious Weathers' character's forgetfulness is meant to be - but there are a few great moments. Sep 25, 2019 Full Review Ed Bark Uncle Barky Brothers manages to be fairly amusing, with Pounder showing off her range by shifting from the very serious business of The Shield to playing a sharp-tongued but nurturing matriarch in a house full of childish squabblers. B- Sep 25, 2009 Full Review Melissa Camacho Common Sense Media Brothers is full of all the typical silly jokes and gags you'd expect to see in a half-hour sitcom. 3/5 Sep 25, 2019 Full Review Dan Phillips IGN Movies The cast is for the most part wasted on this sophomoric material. 4.2/10 Sep 29, 2009 Full Review Zach Oat Television Without Pity While the jokes aren't always home runs, many of them are, and you have to give them credit for the subject matter. Sep 28, 2009 Full Review Read all reviews Next
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      Season Info

      Executive Producer
      Eric Tannenbaum, Kim Tannenbaum, Mitchell Hurwitz, Don Reo
      Network
      Fox
      Rating
      TV-PG (D|L)
      Genre
      Comedy
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date
      Sep 25, 2009
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