Yes, Dear was a television show that ran on CBS for six seasons from 2000-2006. The show, which was created by Gregory Thomas Garcia and Alan Kirschenbaum, centered around young families, the Warner's and the Hughes', the latter of which live in the Warner's guest house following some money issues. The two families have different philosophies are parenting, which leads to comedic adventures, and family squabbles. The show starred Anthony Clark
(of Boston Common and The Rock) and Jean Louisa Kelly
(of Uncle Buck) as Greg and Kim Warner, and Mike O'Malley
(of Glee) and Liza Snyder
(of Sirens) as Jimmy and Christine Hughes.
While Yes, Dear was never critically acclaimed, it did have a regular audience, sometimes finishing as one of the top ten comedies on television. The show ran a total of 122 episodes during it's six seasons and featured such guest stars as Brian Doyle-Murray
, Tim Conway
, Jerry Van Dyke
, and Betty White
, who snagged the series' loan Emmy nomination in 2003 in the category Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.