Bob Saget stars as Steve Patterson, who might be described as a family man but not a people person. Steve's stubborn resentment over a task as undemanding as feeding a neighbor's fish culminates, farcically, with an accidental fire. The setup owes a lot to Curb Your Enthusiasm, including the often-exasperated, good-cop wife (Cynthia Stevenson). But there's a huge gap between Larry David's boundless, egomaniacal hostility—so colossal it inspires awe—and Saget's garden-variety grousing. This man is crabgrass, and there's no pleasure in that.