I just finished watching the first episode of this new Dramedy, and I was surprised how much I actually it interested me. It stars the radiant Emmy Rossum (who thankfully shows the goods in Episode 1) as an early twentysomething that becomes a skeptical (but strong-willed) head of a 6-kid lower class household when their mother bolts and leaves her to deal with everything plus her insufferable alcoholic father (William H Macy, being more atypical than ever). It's a cinema-style show that has interesting three-dimensional characters and some crackling dialogue and a brisk pace. I hope it plays out well, but so many HBO/Showtime style shows have great pilots and end up sucking later. You be the judge.