Sullivan & Son

10:30 p.m.- Monday, October 29 on Comedy Network

Carol gets the blues when she discovers she’s going through menopause. Ahmed tries to make her feel better, but his attempts backfire.

10:30 p.m.- Sunday, October 21 on Comedy Network

The dates come pouring in for Steve when Ok Cha (Jodi Long, ELI STONE) creates a fake online profile for him. Inspired, the guys set up their own faux dating profiles and try to learn dating secrets from a highly regarded bachelor.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, October 15 on Comedy Network

The guys discover that an old comic book is valuable, so they try to sell it to a collector. Meanwhile, Owen and Carol showcase a new act at the bar, and Steve and Melanie (Valerie Azlynn, SOUTHLAND) try to crack middle-school mysteries.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, October 8 on Comedy Network

Professional and personal relationships are put to the test by an alleged pantry thief. Meanwhile, Owen pursues an oddball business venture with Ahmed, and Carol and Hank delve into new and old ways to date.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, October 1 on Comedy Network

An annual father-and-son darts tournament triggers personal dramas, as Owen (Owen Benjamin, Jack and Jill) decides to find his biological father, and Jack (Dan Lauria, ED) struggles with abandonment issues. Meanwhile, Hank (Brian Doyle Murray, THE MIDDLE) and Carol (Christine Ebersole, ROYAL PAINS) try to conceal an old secret.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, September 24 on Comedy Network

The gang celebrates the 50th anniversary of the bar, where many memories are shared, but not all of them are fond.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, September 17 on Comedy Network

Now owner of the bar, Steve realizes he must set boundaries with his parents and before long, he tangles with a health inspector.

10:30 p.m.- Monday, September 10 on Comedy Network

Steve Sullivan (Steve Byrne, THE MIDDLE) is a successful corporate attorney from New York who brings his girlfriend home for his father’s 60th birthday, only to learn that his Irish-American father, Jack Sullivan (Dan Lauria, ED), and his Korean mother, Ok Cha (Jodi Long, ELI STONE), are preparing to sell the multi-generational family business – a bar known as Sullivan & Son. After learning the news, it doesn’t take Steve long to realize that where he really belongs is in his old neighbourhood, behind the bar.

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