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'''''Family Rules''''' was a short-lived live-action sitcom, with [[Brian Henson]] serving as executive producer. The show starred [[Greg Evigan]] (''B.J. and the Bear'') as a widowed [[Basketball players|basketball]] coach and father of four girls. The non-[[The Muppets|Muppet]] series aired on UPN as a mid-season replacement. The series survived for approximately one month, from March 9 through April 13, [[1999]].
 
'''''Family Rules''''' was a short-lived live-action sitcom, with [[Brian Henson]] serving as executive producer. The show starred [[Greg Evigan]] (''B.J. and the Bear'') as a widowed [[Basketball players|basketball]] coach and father of four girls. The non-[[The Muppets|Muppet]] series aired on UPN as a mid-season replacement. The series survived for approximately one month, from March 9 through April 13, [[1999]].
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A working title for the show was "Home Team".<ref>[http://www.muppetcentral.com/news/1998/062998.shtml]</ref>
   
 
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20010109181900/www.henson.com/television/series/tv_series_familyrules_episodes.html Episode descriptions]
 
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20010109181900/www.henson.com/television/series/tv_series_familyrules_episodes.html Episode descriptions]
   
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[[Category:Henson Company TV Shows]]
 
[[Category:Henson Company TV Shows]]

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Family Rules was a short-lived live-action sitcom, with Brian Henson serving as executive producer. The show starred Greg Evigan (B.J. and the Bear) as a widowed basketball coach and father of four girls. The non-Muppet series aired on UPN as a mid-season replacement. The series survived for approximately one month, from March 9 through April 13, 1999.

A working title for the show was "Home Team".[1]

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