'Family Tools' series premiere: Will you keep watching ABC's newest comedy?

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family-tools-cast-abc.jpg "Family Tools" -- the new comedy based on UK series "White Van Man" -- premiered Wednesday (May 1) on ABC and we're wondering if you're planning to commit to this home improvement project or if you think the whole thing ought to be condemned?

What did you think of Kyle Bornheimer's ("Perfect Couples") performance as Jack Shea, a goofball ready to prove to his dad Tony ( J.K. Simmons, "The Closer") that he has what it takes to step up and take over the family business?

How did you feel about Leah Remini's return to network comedy after "King of Queens" came to an end in 2007, playing Terry, Jack's aunt and Tony's sister -- forcing Jack to relinquish the control of the business by refusing to let the paramedics in to the house to provide aid to Tony during a heart attack?

And what were your thoughts on Edi Gathegi ("X Men: First Class") and Danielle Nicolet ("The Starter Wife") as Jack's troublemaking assistant and his flirtatious sister, respectively?

Sound off by voting in our poll below and leaving a comment below.

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