So there are these four basically grown-up kids whose parents have moved from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Arizona, because of the father's health, but they leave the kids behind to look after themselves. They've also left a nosy, annoying next door neighbor to look in on them from time to time. The oldest sibling, Kurt, was played by Joseph Lawrence, who I thought was better on American Dreams (but you probably know him best from Blossom). The next sibling was Chris, who just dropped out of law school and is a kind of cool, funny oddball, though his persona is a bit over the top; he's played by Kyle Howard, who I'd later see on My Boys. Then there's Sally, who is pretty, but basically self-involved, and who I don't find particularly interesting, though she has her moments. The youngest was 15-year-old Brooke, played by Margo Harshman (who we like), though I thought she was better on Even Stevens. I thought the show was fairly funny. A bit taboo at times, maybe. And now I don't remember it very well. I wish it would've lasted longer, and I'd like to see it again someday. But it's not that important.