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MY TWO DADS - THE COMPLETE SERIES (NBC 1987-90) Paul Reiser, Greg Evigan, Staci Keanan, Florence Stanley, Giovanni Ribisi, Chad Allen, Amy Hathaway, Dick Butkus

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The series begins after Marcy Bradford, the mother of 12-year-old Nicole Bradford (Staci Keanan), has died. The two men who had competed for Marcy's affections in Key West during the summer of 1974 - Michael Taylor (Paul Reiser), a successful financial advisor; and struggling artist, Joey Harris (Greg Evigan), former friends who grew to hate one another over their mutual interest in the woman - are awarded joint custody of Nicole.

Each week, the mix-ups and trials of two single men raising a teenage daughter provide the stories. Judge Margaret W. Wilbur (Florence Stanley), a family court judge who gave custody of Nicole to Michael and Joey, frequently visits the new family. She bought the building in which Joey lived, so is now the live-in landlord. Michael originally has his own condo uptown, but after Nicole stages a sit in at school because she feels she had no home, the men decide it is better to all live in one place and they choose Joey's loft.

The series regularly featured Giovanni Ribisi and Chad Allen as two boys (Cory Kupkus and Zach Nichols, respectively) who competed for Nicole's affections, just as her two dads had done for her mother's. Amy Hathaway played Nicole's worldly best friend, Shelby Haskell and former football player Dick Butkus played Ed Klawicki who managed the cafe on the building's first floor.

Notable guest stars included: Emma Samms, Davy Jones, Kellie Martin, Scott Baio, Lauren Tewes, Russell Johnson, Lauren Holly, Robert Mandan, Michael DeLuise, Jean Kasem, Casey Kasem  and Richard Moll as Bull Shannon (“Night Court”).  

This set contains all 58 episodes on 13 discs. NOTE: Season Three is available separately for those that already have the first two seasons.

Number of DVDs: 13
Number of Episodes: 58
Quality: 9.5/10
Running Time: 23 hrs 12 min (approx)
Aspect Ratio: Full Screen 1.33:1
NOTES: This is a fan-made DVD set. Not    a studio release.
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