A series revolving around a wholesome, suburban, American nuclear family does not, at first, sound exactly revolutionary.
However, if you throw in an autistic teenager, a midlife crisis and some teenage angst amongst the cupcakes and support groups, then it takes on new interest.
I suppose playful and earnest writing helps, as well. And : 30-minute episodes! The perfect format.
I have very limited experience in autism, plus there are so many scales on the spectrum, so I can't tell whether this is realistic or not.
In short : Quite a laugh.