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Seed

Series Summary
As a young man, Harry Dacosta was able to fund his nights of partying by donating at a sperm bank while posing as an Ivy League student. Years later, after the sperm bank's confidential database is compromised, a boy named Billy appears at Harry's door claiming to be his son. Already blown away at the notion of having one child, Harry also learns he has a teenage daughter, Anastasia. While Billy's and Anastasia's parents are reluctant to let Harry into their lives, Harry is eager to enjoy fatherhood -- without having any of the responsibility.

Air Dates: 2013 - Present

Genres: Sitcom

Network: CITYNET

  • Season 2, Ep. 4 : Safe Sects Mar 27, 2014

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    Harry doesn't baby sit for Rose.

  • Season 2, Ep. 3 : To Breed or Not to Breed Mar 20, 2014

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    Harry changes his mind about helping Michelle and Zoey conceive.

  • Season 1, Ep. 12 : Always Use a Condo Apr 22, 2013

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    Rose lies to make the preschool list; Zoey and Michelle attempt to give Billy "the talk."

  • Season 1, Ep. 11 : The Sperm Whale Apr 15, 2013

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    Harry lies about having a relationship with Rose to score with a homewrecker, while Jonathan and Janet connect with Anastasia online.

  • Season 1, Ep. 10 : Womb Mates Apr 8, 2013

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    Harry coaxes out Rose's bachelor side when they're forced to share an apartment; Zoey's conservative grandmother pays a visit.

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  • Little happens in the two episodes I've seen that could not be mathematically extrapolated from the premise.... yet it works pretty well. The actors are generally charming. show more

  • As derivative as it is, Seed is perfectly harmless, and might even deliver an occasional smile. Yet even with the Harry-Rose relationship offering a small serialized thread, it’s just hard to see any part of Seed ever developing into much. show more

  • Seed isn’t great TV, but it’s a funny enough diversion in the context of generally disappointing summer comedy. show more

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