The Bill Engvall Show

The Bill Engvall Show

  • TV-PG
  • 2007
  • 3 Seasons
  • 5.7  (1,906)

A family counselor with his own practice who struggles to understand his own fabulous yet flawed family, their quirks, and everyday nuances, is the basic premise of this show. Bill Engvall and his wife, played by Nancy Travis, have three children, Lauren, Trent and Bryan. Lauren, the oldest and only daughter, tends to be the leader of her younger siblings and is great at rallying them into scheming situations. In contrast, Trent is intelligent but hides it and seems to lack common sense, thereby allowing him to get out of trouble at times. Bryan, the youngest, is a walking encyclopedia of useless facts but has a charm that captures the scenes he is in. Dealing with driver's licenses, parking tickets and how much allowance to pay are the normal fare in an episode and leaves one smiling at each half hour conclusion.

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Seasons
Finale: Trash Talk
10. Finale: Trash Talk
September 5, 2009
Bill and Susanne get in an argument over trash bins with their new neighbors. Elsewhere, Trent blames his failure of a driving test on losing his lucky red coin.
Car Trouble
9. Car Trouble
September 5, 2009
Trent has finally saved enough money to buy his first car only to find his father has different ideas and waylays the process. Bryan must figure out how to deal with a bully at school.
United Front
8. United Front
August 28, 2009
Lauren gets caught lying to her mother and is grounded for three weeks, only Bill has issues sticking to it. Paul decides to create an online profile and the boys help him enhance it.
The Coffee Maker
7. The Coffee Maker
August 22, 2009
Danny is using his newfound fortune to buy gifts for the Pearson family; only Bill is concerned that he is trying to buy their love too. Paul becomes involved in a local school's silent auction and ends up with a bruised ego.
I Like It That Way
6. I Like It That Way
August 15, 2009
Bill has returned home from his fishing trip and has grown a beard. He refuses to shave it so Susan must find a way to convince him and Paul end up in the middle. Bryan decides to follow in Trent's footsteps and starts tormenting Lauren, only it does not go smoothly.
Oh, Brother
5. Oh, Brother
August 8, 2009
When Bills brother, Danny, needs money for another one of his get rich quick business propositions, he asks his brother. Bill gives him a lot of money, which upsets Susan. Trent and Lauren are fighting and Bryan realizes that this may be a good thing for him.
The Way We Were
4. The Way We Were
July 25, 2009
Bill sets out to re-create memorable moments of their new love, after Susan shows a yearning for the spark of her dating days with Bill. Elsewhere, Lauren and Trent are asked to babysit Bryan, who both have dates for the movies.
Let It Go
3. Let It Go
July 25, 2009
After Susan and her friends go out for a girl's night, Bill becomes convinced that she talked about him. Bill becomes obsessed with knowing what she said, which creates more conflict between them. Bryan struggles to accept his first B on a science test and Lauren uses it to her advantage to tease her little brother.
You Decide
2. You Decide
July 18, 2009
Bill creates a plan to battle Susan's passive-aggressive temperament. Meanwhile, Trent's desperation to make a girl notice him may backfire. And Bill and Susan get an eyeful when their neighbor, Mr. Faulkner, takes a dip in his hot tub in the buff.
Give Me a Break
1. Give Me a Break
July 18, 2009
The Pearson family are hit hard by the economic downturn, and Lauren's spring break trip may be in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Trent learns that Paul has lost his baby pictures a few years ago.
Description

A family counselor with his own practice who struggles to understand his own fabulous yet flawed family, their quirks, and everyday nuances, is the basic premise of this show. Bill Engvall and his wife, played by Nancy Travis, have three children, Lauren, Trent and Bryan. Lauren, the oldest and only daughter, tends to be the leader of her younger siblings and is great at rallying them into scheming situations. In contrast, Trent is intelligent but hides it and seems to lack common sense, thereby allowing him to get out of trouble at times. Bryan, the youngest, is a walking encyclopedia of useless facts but has a charm that captures the scenes he is in. Dealing with driver's licenses, parking tickets and how much allowance to pay are the normal fare in an episode and leaves one smiling at each half hour conclusion.The Bill Engvall Show is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (30 episodes). The series first aired on July 17, 2007.

The Bill Engvall Show is available for streaming on the TBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Bill Engvall Show on demand at Apple TV.

  • Premiere Date
    July 17, 2007
  • IMDB Rating
    5.7  (1,906)