Critic Consensus: Sullivan & Son boasts a strong cast and a genuine sense of warmth, but its writing is a bit too reliant on bawdy, timeworn gags.
Tv Season Info
Vince Vaughn serves as co-executive producer of this sitcom about Steve Sullivan (Steve Byrne), a corporate attorney from New York who makes the decision to move back to Pittsburgh and run his family's working-class bar. The first season of Sullivan & Son finds Steve taking over the management duties from his parents, contending with a health inspector, discovering the perils of online dating and dealing with his first HR disaster.
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[U]npredictable writing, sublime casting, razor-sharp timing, and not a mean bone in anybody's body.
Byrne is trapped in a mediocre effort he created with Rob Long of Cheers that's best forgotten.
It's amazing how funny a sitcom can be when it doesn't spend its whole 22 minutes lunging for the next sex joke.
Perhaps there will be a point here about growing by reclaiming your cultural heritage, but so far it's not being made.
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