Next Episode of Married to the Kellys is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
When Tom married Susan he thought he was only getting a new wife. He never even considered that he would be getting a brand new family as well. Included in this new family are mother Sandy, the rule-maker of the house, and father Bill, once an only child, who could be the one person Tom can relate to the most. There's also Susan's competitive sister Mary and her husband Chris, who considers himself Bill and Sandy's favorite son-in-law and finds Tom as somewhat of a threat. And finally there's Susan's brother Lewis, a shy and awkward young man who has made a career of collecting bugs. Other family members who occasionally dropped by included Uncle Dave, the big-shot of the family, and Lisa, the youngest daughter who wants to back-pack around Europe and become an art major.
In the pilot, Tom (Breckin Meyer) tries to bond with the younger brother (Derek Waters) of his wife, Susan (Kiele Sanchez).
Tom and Susan receive the present of a grill and invite her family to a barbecue---before the grill's assembled.
Tom sets up a date for the shy Lewis and a girl that he met in a clothing store.
Tom's plan to make Chris look less perfect and himself look better by comparison backfires, much to Chris's delight.
Tom becomes fast friends with another New Yorker; then their wives meet and there's also a quick reaction.
In an effort to bond with his father-in-law, Tom volunteers to play softball; Mary and Chris prepare for a dance competition.
When Tom and Susan buy a two-door car, Susan's mom thinks that means Tom doesn't want children.
Susan's upset when she finds out that Tom has kept their Manhattan apartment; the Kellys throw Tom a New York-themed party.
When Susan encourages Tom to talk more to her family, she doesn't intend for him to tell them she's tattooed.
Tom and Susan (Breckin Meyer, Kiele Sanchez) spend Christmas Eve at the Kellys' home, where Tom tries to watch his favorite holiday movie on TV, "A Carol Christmas." The family is devoted, with a budget doubled since last year, to finally making the local top ten of Christmas-decorated homes, and since mother Sandy is down on the first Christmas after her mother's death, Mary takes charge!
Susan becomes upset with Tom, but he can't figure out exactly what he did wrong.
The competition between Tom and Mary increases when he's asked to speak at her school.
When Tom decides to have a room fit for him to write and be himself in, Susan decides to give the job to Mike Evans, a locally very popular former class mate, once believed the most promising of his year - unfortunately he turns out to be the worst in the business, not even licensed... This episode's plot has a few more surprising twists.
Tom discovers that his new doctor (Seth Green) has been obsessed with Susan since childhood. He's even ready to dump his new fiance for her, a close copy of Susan, on the spot!
For Lewis' twenty-first birthday the Kellys plan the usual kid's party in the pizzeria; Mary has coined and even registered the term 'twenty-fun'. Tom convinces Chris that even Lewis must be ready for a more manly celebration at 21, so they first plan a more frat-style evening at a bar. Meanwhile, Mary is green with envy when Susan lands the only job she was ever fired from; hostess.
When Tom finally finds an old male friend in Kansas, Susan matches up Bob with one of her female friends so they can go out as two couples. Meanwhile, Lewis finds money in his tuxedo; Mary and Chris host a fancy dress-up 'Oscar night' by the TV.
As Tom is quite happy constantly bickering with Susan, he secretively encourages his docile brother-in-law Chris to stand his ground for once against his ever bossy wife Mary. This leads to Mary staying at their place and showcasing skills neither of them knew she had.
After he gets an assignment to write an article about his in-laws, Tom appears on a radio show, where he's ambushed by the host (Stephen Tobolowsky). Meanwhile 'baby brother' Lewis is told by his mother, being a major now, he should start buying things himself.
Susan's sister Lisa (Tinsley Grimes) returns after studying abroad and announces that she intends to quit school to join friends on a site-seeing trip trough Europe and study art history, not nursing or commuting with the car her parents have ready for her. Chris warns Tom in-laws like them have no real vote in family affairs, but Tom tries to enlist everyone to encourage Lisa to stand up for her dream against their parents' expectations.
Tom and Susan ponder what to do with his tax refund. Lewis's sleeping is so excessive even his parents feel it's time to force him to get active by charging rent, and he immediately announces his intention to move out, so mom puts dad in the doghouse for the idea. Meanwhile, Chris lost his job and waited over a month to tell Mary.
In an attempt to impress the Kellys, Tom has the Kansas City Chiefs' Tony Gonzalez meet him at their house to discuss ghostwriting the football player's autobiography.
Tom's parents (Michele Lee, Tony Roberts) visit Kansas to attend the Kellys' anniversary party. Meanwhile, Lewis doesn't know how to tell his parents he wants to move in with his girlfriend.
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