'Guys with Kids': Jimmy Fallon's take on parenting



Jimmy Fallon doesn't have any children. Which may have something to do with why the sitcom he's executive producing for NBC's fall lineup -- "Guys with Kids" -- may not be a hit with its target audience, guys with kids.

Still, all we've seen so far is a short two-minute clip and there's nowhere to go but up.

In it, co-stars Jesse Bradford, Zach Cregger and Anthony Anderson sit in a bar -- each with a baby strapped to his chest -- and rap about daddy dilemmas. Like what to do when you need to give your kid whole milk, but the bar only has 2 percent. Real dads wouldn't need to go to a committee to solve that problem -- but these guys do.

They also complain about other parental annoyances, like not sleeping and fatique-induced forgetfulness. All stuff that may have been more comically ironic even a decade ago, before the stay-at-home dad thing became a norm.

What do you think? Funny or kind of dated?
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