About Til Death
Life changes for high school teacher Eddie Stark (Brad Garrett) and his wife Joy (Joely Fisher) when newlyweds Jeff and Steph Woodcock (Eddie Kaye Thomas and Kat Foster) move in next door.
The Woodcocks are young, health conscious, and excited about their new life together. Eddie and Joy are middle-aged, love fast food, and are in the “Til Death” phase of their relationship. “Marriage isn’t about fun,” Eddie snarks to Jeff (his new vice-principal). “It’s about having someone to drive you to the hospital for your operations.”
In season three, the Starks get a new member of the household when Eddie’s grown-up “little brother” Kenny Westchester (J.B. Smoove) moves in. And things are further complicated in season four, when the Stark’s college-age daughter Allison and her wealthy hippie boyfriend Doug (Timm Sharp) decide to live in a motorhome in the backyard.
Four different actresses play Allison over the course of the series – Krysten Ritter, Laura Clery, Lindsey Broad, and Kate Micucci – and rather than ignore this, Doug begins to suspect he’s a character in a TV sitcom. Then things really get weird.
Notable guest stars:
Mayim Bialik, Barry Bostwick, Martin Mull, Kym Whitley, Margaret Cho, Ray Romano, Valerie Harper, Vivica A. Fox, John Cho, Ted McGinley, Clarence Clemons, Joe Manganiello, Ken Jeong, Gilbert Gottfried, Alan Thicke, Lanie Kazan, Jerry Adler, Richard Lewis, Nick Bakay, Kevin Nealon, Dom Irrera, Andy Kindler, Wendie Malick, Lenny Clarke, Len Lesser
Created by Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa.