I love the mixture of immensely funny comedy and serious emotional scenes in this drama, dealing with family values in a multi-racial and pluralistic setting. It might be over-optimistic but it is so encouraging to see so many different people resolving their conflicts in a creative way and learning to live together. Being April is eye-opener in a society where many families consist of unconventional mixes of people. What really matters is that children are loved, no matter whether their parents are together or not and whatever their cultural background or sexual orientation. The writing by Pete Lawson is excellent and all the actors involved have created believable people who matter to us. It's great!
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