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March 20th, 2016 under Sean Hayes

Patrick Warburton plays a father, whose daughters moved out and his parents are about to move to Florida. But then when both girls suddenly move home at the same time and his parents decide to stay, his empty home is once again Crowded.
On the NBC sitcom that airs Sundays at 9:30p, he was looking forward to the empty nest. In real life does the father of four feel the same way? Recently, when I visited the set he told me, “Not anxiously awaiting. We’ve encouraged them to hang out. That’s why they’re all still there.” Then he added, “I was amused early on that they were calling the show Crowded. Not by my standards. We have four kids still at home. Our two eldest are in universities, one’s 10 minute from our house, Cal Lutheran; ones 20 minutes, Cal State Channel Islands, so they go to university and they live at home.”
How Crowded is his house? He revealed, “We have the four kids, we also have four dogs. There’s a boyfriend and a girlfriend that think they live at our house. Also, the in-laws lived with us all last year. My father-in-law was actually in hospice care in our house and he ended up passing last year. It was a blessing to be able to have him there.” Then he elaborated about how it was a blessing, “My wife has four sisters, there are five girls, my wife is the one who has been able to handle the passing of her father the most comfortably because she got to have him for that last year. Also, when you see the decline at the end, you realize it is a blessing when they pass. There he was surrounded by those he loved and who loved him. It is a great, grand way to go.”
The best way to find laughter after that sweet sentiment is to watch The Carmichael Show and Crowded tonight starting at 9p on NBC.


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