The exterior of the Otto's house is the "Paramount House" on Colonial Street on the Universal Studios Hollywood backlot. It was previously used as the Cleaver's house in Leave It to Beaver (1957) and as the Welby residence in Marcus Welby, M.D. (1969). See more »
Love this show, totally keeps it real and uncompromisingly reflective of long-held American morals and values.
First off, the milk is REAL. Cow's milk. Milk as God intended for us humans to consume. Much to the immense relief of the US dairy industry, calming their barely-concealed desperation with decreasing sales, soy and almond milks are deservedly trashed by this mom. It's real cream all the way for this lovely family - breakfast, lunch and dinner, milk cartons portray mother cows gazing lovingly onto the world, but somehow their bruised bodies and masticating udders fail to make the cut, perhaps it is a little TOO real for this show, after all.
Oh, and those pesky vegetarians and vegans are appropriately scorned for for their absurdly snooty beliefs. Yes, this mom agrees, killing calves in cruel, but the end-result, delicious, of course. Animal carcasses dominate their dining table, but heck, at least they provide good fodder for the oh-so-funny (not) one-liners mom loves to regurgitate.
Now, will the real sponsors of this family show step forward, please? USDA, looking at ya.
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