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Subsequent episodes dealt with the family's reaction to his death and how they moved on from it. Garner and Spade later received starring roles as Ritter's replacement for the rest of the show's broadcast.

The first four post-Ritter episodes were shot without a live audience with James Garner and Suzanne Pleshette guest-starring as Cate's strict parents and David Spade guest-starring as Cate's wayward nephew, C. Before Ritter's death, the show ranked 42nd in the Nielsen ratings.

His wife, Cate, now a single mother, is still with a full time job at the hospital and still tries to raise her three kids: Bridget, Kerry, and Rory.

Luckily for Cate, her father Jim and her crazy nephew C. have decided to stay at her home and help her raise her children. 8 Simple Rules enjoyed three successful seasons on the ABC network, but was abruptly canceled after the end of the third season due to dwindling ratings.

8 Simple Rules (formerly titled 8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter) is based on the best-selling book series of the same name.

The series follows the lives of the Hennessy family, who in the second and third seasons, dealt with the loss of their father and family patriarch, Paul, and the next chapter in their lives.

While 8 Simple Rules ratings were well above those of the surrounding TGIF shows during its third season, ABC cancelled it due to the perceived inability to sell reruns of the show into syndication (a fourth season would have given the show the 100 episodes necessary to enter daily syndication).

On July 11, 2005 (less than two months after ABC officially cancelled it), The WB network announced it would air back-to-back repeats of all 76 episodes of 8 Simple Rules from 4–5 p.m.

as part of the replacement of Kids' WB with the more broad-audience Daytime WB block.