Save Me

TV review by Joyce Slaton, Common Sense Media
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age 16+

Comedy about redemption too weighed down in ugly behavior.

NBC Comedy 2013

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I love this show. Joyce Slaton obviously hasn't gotten the meaning behind the show. Mom is a recovering alcoholic. Good and bad comparisons from before and after. Funny as heck. Husband had a relationship while separated from wife and ended it after they reunited. He is very supportive if his wife. Daughter is realizing that her mom isn't so bad now that she "hears" God talking to her. There are excellent messages in the episodes for all family members. I love it and watch it with my 11 yr old granddaughter. I hope it gets renewed!

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