Mark Cendrowski, Gerry Cohen, David Trainer, Ted Wass, Kelly Cronin, Scott Ellis, Bob Koherr
Alec Sulkin, Wellesley Wild, Maggie Mull, Julius Sharpe, John Viener, Tom Gammill, Max Pross, Julie Thacker, David A. Goodman, Joel Hurwitz
Bill Ryan, Brendan Ryan
Randy Cordray, Seth MacFarlane, John Postlewait, Mike Scully, Alec Sulkin, Wellesley Wild, Tom Gammill, Ian Maxtone-Graham, Max Pross, Julius Sharpe, Julie Thacker, John Viener, David A. Goodman
Seth Green - Eli Sachs (19 episodes 2013-2014), Giovanni Ribisi - Warner Whittemore (19 episodes 2013-2014), Brenda Song - Veronica (19 episodes 2013-2014), Vanessa Lachey - Camilla Whittemore (19 episodes 2013-2014), Tonita Castro - Edna (19 episodes 2013-2014), Peter Riegert - David Sachs (19 episodes 2013-2014), Martin Mull - Crawford Whittemore (19 episodes 2013-2014), Christopher Arminio - Tom (3 episodes 2014), Christopher Darga - Federal Agent (2 episodes 2014), Ryan Sypek - Colt (2 episodes 2014), Stephen Saux - Painted Chest Man (2 episodes 2013-2014), Sarah Dumont - Hot Girl (2 episodes 2014), Amanda Tudesco - Attractive Girl (2 episodes 2013), Dan Castellaneta - British Narrator (1 episode 2013), Stephanie Escajeda - Therapist (1 episode 2013), Dave Foley - Ben (1 episode 2013), Lee Garlington - Janet (1 episode 2013), Ernie Hudson - Detective Swan (1 episode 2013), Krista Kalmus - Nurse (1 episode 2013), Allison Munn - Anne (1 episode 2013), Steven Rozic - Male Actor (1 episode 2013), Cooper Thornton - Manager (1 episode 2013), John Viener - Josh (1 episode 2013), Ray Abruzzo - Johnny (1 episode 2014), Adam Lustick - Bob (1 episode 2014), Jamie-Lynn Sigler - Elsa (1 episode 2014), Maria Thayer - Maria (1 episode 2014), Sarah Baldwin - Tania (1 episode 2013), Anthony Holiday - Donald (1 episode 2013), Desi Lydic - Joan (1 episode 2013), John C. Moskoff - Doctor (1 episode 2013), Ho-Kwan Tse - Asian Man #1 (1 episode 2013), Lauren Weedman - HR Lady (1 episode 2013), Harrison White - Postman (1 episode 2013), Bruno Amato - Vinny (1 episode 2014), Michelle Bernard - A.A. Member #1 (1 episode 2014), Dominic Burgess - Funeral Parlor Employee (1 episode 2014), Tony Cavalero - Hoodie Guy (1 episode 2014), Joshua Erenberg - Gene (1 episode 2014), Jack Plotnick - Derek (1 episode 2014), Michael Torpey - Doctor (1 episode 2014), Mario Z. - Paco (1 episode 2014), Alexis Calcaterra - Kimmy (1 episode 2013), Will Deutsch - Ex-Programmer (1 episode 2013), Ariana Madix - Female Employee (1 episode 2013), August Maturo - Alden (1 episode 2013), William Charles Mitchell - Doctor #2 (1 episode 2013), Glenn Morshower - Officer Silverton (1 episode 2013), Ping Wu - Asian Man #2 (1 episode 2013), Tim Bagley - Ken (1 episode 2014), Carlease Burke - Julia (1 episode 2014), Charles Emmett - A.A. Member #2 (1 episode 2014), Lamont Johnson - Masseur (1 episode 2014), Vince Lozano - Vito (1 episode 2014), Shenita Moore - Donna (1 episode 2014), Ewan Chung - Chinese Translator (1 episode 2013), Beth Dover - Sarah (1 episode 2013), Paul Mabon - EMT (1 episode 2013), Sandy Martin - Ethel (1 episode 2013), Jonathan Craig Williams - Black Neighbor (1 episode 2013), Marco Assante - Tony (1 episode 2014), Tom Beyer - Photographer (1 episode 2014), Herve Clermont - Bartender (1 episode 2014), Andrew Donnelly - Todd (1 episode 2014), John Ducey - Jim (1 episode 2014), Annie Korzen - Geraldine (1 episode 2014), Krys Marshall - Patron #1 (1 episode 2014), Joshua Weinstein - Rabbi (1 episode 2014), Jovan Armand - Max (1 episode 2013), Brad Benedict - Fireman (1 episode 2013), Marcia Ann Burrs - Older Woman (1 episode 2013), Victor J. Ho - Chinese Businessman (1 episode 2013), Senyo Amoaku - Reggie (1 episode 2014), Kelvin Brown - Patron #2 (1 episode 2014), Rick Fitts - George (1 episode 2014), Hannah Leder - White Wine (1 episode 2014), Charles C. Stevenson Jr. - Howard (1 episode 2014), Chris Hendrie - Priest (1 episode 2013), Matthew Velasquez - Johnny (1 episode 2013), Tom Gammill - Guy (1 episode 2014), Da'Vone McDonald - Thomas (1 episode 2014), Steve Seagren - Guy on Skype (1 episode 2014), Ava Kolker - Little Girl (1 episode 2013), Shane Denil - Patient Next Door (1 episode 2014), Chris Erric Maddox - Office Worker (1 episode 2014), Jake Boswell - EZ-Bake Boy (1 episode 2013), Taya Amerson - Female Mourner #2 (1 episode 2014), Cherinda Kincherlow - Young Female Mourner (1 episode 2014), David Ringwald - Man (1 episode 2014), Jocelyn Ayanna - Female Mourner (1 episode 2014), Joseph Sims - Italian Mobster (1 episode 2014), Philip Knight - Office Worker (uncredited) (18 episodes 2013-2014), Derek Blankenship - Bartender (uncredited) (3 episodes 2013), Braylen Brooks - Office Worker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Michael DeBartolo - Restaurant Manager (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Jessica Sirls - Office Worker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Elisa Victoria - Girl in Audience (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), Dean Wayne - Office Worker (uncredited) (1 episode 2013), John Byers - Puked on Restaurant Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Matty Daniell - Puked on Restaurant Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Cathy Eller - AA Member (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Erika Jordan - Dancer Harley (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Paul David Roberts - AA Group Member (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Brian Tanaka - Sneezing Office Employee (uncredited) (1 episode 2014), Rodney Eugene Thompson Jr. - Restaurant Patron (uncredited) (1 episode 2014)
- Série 1: 1. Pilot (2013).
- Série 1: 2. Heckuva Job, Brownie (2013). With the deadline to launch a new video-game approaching, Warner convinces Eli to seek inspiration by eating space cake. Alas, their fathers find and consume it, which however makes the grumpy coots rather pleasant. They even dare their boys to a stoned stamina contest, which leaves only the Sachses able to stand, but no work gets done.
- Série 1: 3. Clean on Me (2013).
- Série 1: 4. Funny Girl (2013). Eli lets Veronica hook him up with her friend Anne, a comedian who keeps talking in characters and imitations non-stop. David betting she's unfit and he can't stay with her a day only turns him stubborn, but proves right. Warner needs to cast an evil businessman and ends up giving the job to Crawford, who does well, until he learns it's insulting his profession and barricades himself in the recording studio.
- Série 1: 5. Oldfinger (2013). Worried about their fathers' health, the sons accompany them to the doctor, who actually calls the seniors' health exemplary, so they give dubious diet and life advice. For Insurance purpose, the boys must also get full physicals. Warner, already scared of medicals, is forced to suffer a prostrate examination, during which the doctors has a fatal cardiac crisis.
- Série 1: 6. My Dad's Hotter Than Your Dad (2013).
- Série 1: 7. Foul Play (2013). Eli mindlessly helps make it impossible for Warner to object to Camilla playing a lead in an amateur play. As feared, she neglects the household, but it gets worse when Crawford volunteers in his place to help her rehearse and ends up filling in for the male lead in a far spicier play then the boys expected. David meanwhile caught bedbugs, forcing him and Eli to sleep and do laundry in the office.
- Série 1: 8. Doubles Trouble (2013). To deeply hurt Eli's immense frustration, Warner dares not deny his utterly inexperienced, hence unfit, wife Camila take Eli's place as his partner in the public virtual tennis championship. Eli is determined to squash them and pleasantly surprised when he finds Warner's Mexican maid Edna a suitably fit partner. It gets too much for Warner, leading to vandalism and trio therapy.
- Série 1: 9. Comic Book Issues (2013). David's disrespect for Eli's comic book collection causes Eli to move them into a storage unit that quickly gets broken into at the same time Crawford buys a rare collection of comics for Warner as a gift. The group soon realizes that the comics belong to Eli, but Warner's not ready to give them back without a fight.
- Série 1: 10. Dad Abuse (2013). Eli and Warner mistakenly trigger an investigation of elder abuse, causing their dads to be placed in a foster care home. Eli and Warner's initial happiness soon turns into guilt, and they hatch a plan to rescue their fathers. Meanwhile, Crawford's childish, sloppy habits get between Camila and Warner.
- Série 1: 11. The Glitch That Stole Christmas (2013). When Eli and Warner fire one of their employees right before the holiday season, the ex-game designer seeks his revenge by including an offensive word in their family-friendly Christmas game. Meanwhile, Edna encourages David to get a job as a mall Santa in order to earn enough money to buy Eli a gift.
- Série 1: 12. Mister Edna (2014). Following an immigration-related bust of a sweat shop in the building, David exposes Edna as an illegal immigrant, and she is detained. In an effort to prevent Edna's deportation, Eli forces his father to marry Edna and enlists Warner to help plan the event. But when Edna begins to take on the role of wife and mother, Eli begins to regret his plan.
- Série 1: 13. Eli Nightingale (2014). While Warner practically plays dead for the smallest ailment, Veronica claims Asians are above sickness. When she clearly had a bad flu, Eli jumps at what he sees as an opportunity to earn her dating gratitude by nursing. She proves a terrible burden to get home and even worse patient, but it works while she recovers. Alas, just after the dinner invitation, Eli senses her former symptoms in his own body. Meanwhile Warner plays though on the lazybones dads, even after they actually scare off a carjacker.
- Série 1: 14. Bully Gene (2014). Eli dates a single mom whose son, Gene, bullies Eli. Trouble ensues when Gene steals the prototype of Ghost Child's newest game. Meanwhile Warner picks fake fights with Camila, so he can sleep on the couch, which is more comfortable than their bed.
- Série 1: 15. Baby Face (2014). When Camila goes out of town to visit her sister, she leaves Warner with his first family-free weekend in years - except for the fact that Crawford now lives with them. To solve the problem, Warner puts Crawford and David up in a hotel where the two are mistaken for a gay couple on their honeymoon.
- Série 1: 16. Warner's Got It Made (2014). Working on a crime video-game, the boys are grateful for expert advice from mobster Johnny, who insists to invite Warner to a high-stake poker game. After a $8 win, he ends up betting the firm, so the mob takes over the office and renovates it brothel style, with him as CEO. Eli forces warner to stand up to demand their business back, which has to be discusses while picking up another debtor who is marked for traditional elimination.
- Série 1: 17. Enemies of Bill (2014). To Warner's horror, Camilla decides to stay supportively sober when his father, whose nocturnal urination ruined the couch, is forbidden drinking. The boys seek distraction in guitar music, which is funny enough to be invited to an AA meeting, but their unfit repertoire has disastrous results. Edna finds her small change jar, regularly alimented by Eli, robbed, as turns out by his father, for a somehow sweet purpose.
- Série 1: 18. Have a Heart... Attack! (2014). Warner and especially his wife couldn't wait for Crawford's ankle device punishment to be lifted, as he now can be pushed to move out, but once they prodded him into a model home, he finds a perfect substitute son, Todd, who makes Warner jealous enough to drag dad back. Lazy bones David's for once real complaints are ignored until he must be hospitalized. He now pushed Eli to avoid falling into a wasted life of regrets, but Veronica just found a fiancé, gaming fanatic Colt, which Eli finds practically his soul-mate rather then a rival to push aside.
- Série 1: 19. Jerk in a Box (2014). Eli is determined to hate Colt, his engaged rival for Victoria, but the handsome, well-connected, generous, athletic traffic reporter keeps charming everyone, including Eli. Warner agrees to invite Colt for a home dinner in order to expose his bad qualities, but finds only more lovable ones. David decides to save on his Jewish funeral by preparing it himself alive, and manages to scam a dress rehearsal at the funeral parlor, which gets far worse out of hand then the all but flattering speeches as nobody can think of a redeeming quality.
Two successful guys in their 30's have their lives turned upside down when their nightmare dads unexpectedly move in with them.