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According to Jim is an American sitcom television series starring Jim Belushi in the title role as a suburban father of three children (and then five children, starting with the seventh season finale). It originally ran on ABC from October 3, 2001 to June 2, 2009.


Jim is a happy-go-lucky suburban father. Much like his real-life counterpart, Jim's character is a fan of blues music, as well as the Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bulls and Chicago Blackhawks. Together with his wife Cheryl, they have three children, daughters Ruby and Gracie and son Kyle. In the seventh season they become parents of twin boys Gordon and Jonathan.


The show first aired following the surprise hit comedy My Wife and Kids and quickly developed an audience of its own. For its second season ABC placed it on its revitalized Tuesday line-up, which also included John Ritter's 8 Simple Rules, Bonnie Hunt's Life with Bonnie and Sara Rue's Less Than Perfect. Week by week, the show attracted more and more viewers, becoming ABC's second most watched sitcom. The show performed so well that the network made a risky move: putting Jim opposite the NBC juggernaut Frasier. Although Jim did not beat the competition, it performed well enough to secure itself that spot on the 2003 fall schedule.


On May 15, 2007, ABC announced that According to Jim would not be renewed for another season. ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson said, "We are talking to the studio to see if there's something financially, a deal that would make sense for us."[7] But on June 27, 2007, ABC renewed the show for a seventh season with 18 episodes.[8]


According to Jim returned to ABC's schedule on Tuesday, January 1, 2008, with two episodes at 9 pm and 9:30 pm. After that, the series moved to its regular time slot at 8 pm. Despite the writer's strike, ABC announced that the show would produce all 18 episodes ordered for this season.[9]


On February 27, 2008, it was reported that ABC was close to renewing According to Jim for an eighth season.[10] On May 13, 2008, ABC officially renewed the series and Season 8 began airing on December 2, 2008.[11] Kimberly Williams-Paisley left the show's regular cast at the beginning of Season 8 and was not in the Season 8 opening credits,[12] to devote her time to motherhood. She made a guest appearance only in the season finale.


According to Jim is an American sitcom television series starring Jim Belushi in the title role as a suburban father of three children (five children starting with the season-seven finale). It originally ran on ABC from October 1, 2001 to June 2, 2009.The cast of According to Jim. Jim is a lovable suburban father. Much like his real-life counterpart, Jim's character is noted as a fan of blues music, as well as the Chicago Bears, Chicago Cubs, Chicago Bulls and the Chicago Blackhawks. Together with his wife Cheryl, they have five children, daughters Ruby and Gracie and son Kyle. In the seventh season they become parents of twins Jonathan and Gordon.Jim often finds himself in messy situations because his laziness inclines him to search for alternative ways of doing things with least effort. While Cheryl's brother Andy may be Jim's best friend, her sister Dana frequently teams up with Cheryl against Jim. He also prefers to lie to Cheryl and Dana to do his own activities but they end up backfiring on him. He hates losing to women, especially if Cheryl or Dana find out. He doesn't like people interrupting him when he talks, so he speaks over them to shut them up. Jim often makes an example of Andy, who doesn't have a girlfriend. Dana and Jim bicker constantly, but Dana flirts with Jim when she's drunk.The show first aired following the surprise hit comedy My Wife and Kids and quickly developed an audience of its own. For its second season ABC placed it on its revitalized Tuesday line-up, which also included John Ritter's 8 Simple Rules, Bonnie Hunt's Life with Bonnie and Sara Rue's Less Than Perfect. Week by week, the show attracted more and more viewers, becoming ABC's second most watched sitcom. The show performed so well that the network made a risky move: putting Jim opposite the NBC juggernaut Frasier. Although Jim did not beat the competition, it performed well enough to secure itself that spot on the 2003 fall schedule.On May 15, 2007, it was announced that According to Jim would not be renewed for another season. ABC Entertainment President Stephen McPherson said, "We are talking to the studio to see if there's something financially, a deal that would make sense for us".But on June 27, 2007, ABC renewed the show for a seventh season with 18 episodes.According to Jim returned to ABC's schedule on Tuesday January 1, 2008 with two episodes at 9 pm and 9:30 pm. After that, the series moved to its regular time slot at 8 pm. Despite the writer's strike, ABC announced that the show would produce all 18 episodes ordered for this season.On February 27, 2008, it was reported that ABC was close to renewing According to Jim for an eighth season.[5] On May 13, 2008, ABC officially renewed the series and season eight began airing on December 2, 2008.Kimberly Williams-Paisley left the show's regular cast at the beginning of season eight,making only a guest appearance in the season finale.In December 2008, co-star Larry Joe Campbell said that the sets had been destroyed, indicating that the series was cancelled, but that a series finale had been recorded.[8] After the first six episodes of Season 8 all aired in December, According to Jim returned to ABC's schedule on April 14, 2009 for the final 12 episodes.The series finale of According to Jim aired on June 2, 2009 on ABC, and was titled "Heaven Opposed to Hell".


Like any long-running show, its tone, quality, and the cast of characters fluctuated over its nine seasons. When Steve Carell left the show, ratings did fall, but the rest of the talented cast and the devoted fanbase ensured that The Office would still go out on a high note. The success of each season from the audience standpoint fluctuated but was often great.


Updated on July 17th, 2021 by Kevin Pantoja: Even with all of its popularity and critical acclaim, it's still difficult to explain just how impactful and influential The Office truly was. Many shows have used its format and some similar plotlines to varied success. That makes it even more interesting to look back upon when the show was truly at its peak, to find out what the best season of The Office was.


Season eight of The Office struggled without Michael. The first episode rehashes a plot that was already used when DeAngelo was manager, and there aren't as many standout episodes as there are in earlier seasons. What remains intact is the heart of the show, with characters like Pam still landing small but touching emotional beats that remind viewers why they came to be so invested in these people to begin with.


Robert California is an interesting addition to the show, and the fact that nobody quite knows what to make of him only makes him funnier. Andy's struggle to find his footing as the new manager makes for some decent stories, but the season does suffer from how much they focus on this one character.


The final season was an improvement over season eight, with more memorable storylines and episodes. Andy, whose character grew from an obnoxious kiss-up with anger issues to being a sort-of-lovable dork, did not thrive in his position as manager, and was actually, sadly, just sort of a jerk. Thankfully, the wonderful Erin was able to find Pete, and their relationship worked as a sweet callback to the early days of Jim and Pam.


Other characters that become notable early on are Jim Halpert and Dwight Schrute, whose immature rivalry provides some of the most constant laughs throughout the series. While not every character was quite as defined as they would become in later seasons, the show quickly established its gag of displaying painfully, hilariously awkward situations viewers couldn't help but laugh at.


Otherwise known as the season where Jim and Pam get married, season 6 saw the payoff of the series' central romance. Even better than seeing those two finally get where they've always wanted to be is watching Michael dating Pam's mom. Just when fans think there are no more lines he can cross, Michael finds a way. Jim is made co-manager this season, a choice that didn't really make sense for his character or for the show as a whole.


Despite this, there are still a lot of really consistently funny episodes in this season. A new romance develops between Andy and Erin, and the earliest stages of this coupling are by far the sweetest. Dunder Mifflin finally goes under and is bought by Sabre, a company that sells printers and has its own way of doing things that rubs Michael the wrong way.


The new leadership at Sabre recognizes Darryl's expertise in company matters, so he's given a promotion and an office upstairs. This means fans get more Craig Robinson, which is always a good thing. Erin is dating Gabe this season, which sets up some great jokes and reminds everyone how hilariously uncomfortable both Andy and Gabe are capable of making things. Holly returns, and Michael is still convinced that she's the love of his life, but she's with someone else.


It's clear though that she and Michael will end up together but the way things play out is still very sweet. Fans also finally get to watch the finished version of "Threat Level Midnight," Michael's movie where he cast himself as the protagonist, a secret agent named Michael Scarn married to Catherine Zeta-Scarn. And season 7 is the one that says farewell to Steve Carell, whose absence was felt strongly throughout the final two seasons in one of The Office's best episodes.


Season 2 was where The Office really found its footing and forged for itself an identity distinct from the original UK show it was based on. From the opening episode, "The Dundies," there was a confidence in that identity that gave the rest of the season sure-footedness that it managed to keep until Steve Carell's departure in season 7. 59ce067264






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