Saturday, January 2, 2016

Put You Through A Wall #FisForFamily

"Remember if anything bad happens to your sister just call me at work, then I will come home and put you through that fucking wall...have a good day princess" One of the on going things in the show is walls. Putting the kids (The boys) through them. I love. It was one time when the older one thought he had an answer to the notion that he could be put through a wall. Since they were outside "But dad there aren't any walls outside". He just knew he had him. Shook. "I will build a wall just so I can put you through it". Well, that rounds goes to the dad. Like all of the rounds I heard. 

 Set in 1973, Frank Murphy is a 42 year old husband and father of three. He works his ass off five days a week at the airport, managing the baggage department for Mohican Airways, a medium-sized regional airline. He fought in Korea and dreamed of being a pilot – a dream that was permanently deferred when he got his girlfriend Sue pregnant. Now 15 years later, he’s married to Sue and has three kids, Kevin, Bill and Maureen. The closest he gets to flying a plane is pulling luggage off it.

Frustrated with life, Frank’s a man with a deeply ingrained sense of what’s wrong and what’s right, and that sense gets a workout as Frank finds himself buffeted by winds of change that he doesn’t understand or like. He’s perpetually aggravated by his kids, his cool neighbor Vic, phone salesmen, his workplace, commercials on TV – you name it, Frank can’t stand it. In the end, Frank loves his family and he wouldn’t trade what he has for anything in the world... but he would listen to the offer.

 It's only one problem I find with this show. It's only six episodes. I'm not liking that at all. I want more. I'm hoping for a season two. Season two with at least 10 episodes. I really want 15 but that seems like a reach. 

Available on Netflix. If you don't have the app you can  download it below. 


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