My Grounded for Life Shrine
This is Sean, Eddie, and Jimmy as shown in the opening credits.
Here is an overview of
Where it is set:
Staten Island (Though it was filmed in Los Angeles.)
1/10/2001 - 1/28/2005, making five seasons total, and about 93
are unaired from Season IV, and they are at the end of the Season
Regular Characters and Recurring Characters
Family life shown through flash backs of what supposedly happened
what really happened. How to raise your kids, and your parents.
Parenting advice from the old school dad. The
first two seasons had lots of 1980s flashbacks.
The first season
life at Catholic school in many episodes. What is unusual is the
characters look like
people you could really know. Episode titles are derived from
The Finnerty House
Smells like playdough and bacon according to Claudia, in
IV. Eddie started living in the basement during the final
Aired on 1/28/2005. I won't list any spoilers, if you haven't seen
but it is one of the few finales I have watched that I really liked.
Henry is only mentioned in it. Sister Helen and Walt are definitely
Fox (1/2001 - 12/2002), WB (1/2003 - 1/28/2005)
The show was more musically oriented during the first two seasons
flashbacks were more pronounced.
Brad was shown more and Walt was
less after the start of Season III. Season III is confusing to
All five seasons were released on DVD and I do recommend them if you
are a fan of the show. I just got Season IV on DVD and the picture
quality is incredible! As of 2018 this site still gets visits mainly
from the US. I will leave this site online as long as I am alive.
Grounded for Life's
Site (with a link to DVD ordering)
Bret Harrison's Official
Gregory Jbarra's Official
a BA in Spanish from San Jose State University from 1995. I speak English
and Spanish. I speak some Swedish and Dutch. I speak a little Latvian. I have worked as a Spanish translator since I was 24. I have translated movie scripts. I am not on the social media because SELLOUTS ARE NOT FAMILY.
My highway photo
fan page for La Fábrica de la Risa
Casa de La Risa (2003 - 2005)
El Texano Y El Potosino (2002)