THE BOYS OF ABC'S "COMPLETE SAVAGES" GO ON A ROAD TRIP,
VISITING SCHOOLS IN MILWAUKEE, CHICAGO AND PHOENIX
The boys of "Complete Savages" may soon be coming to a school near you! Andrew Eiden, Shaun Sipos, Erik von Detten and Evan Ellingson will be visiting the following schools in Milwaukee, Chicago and Phoenix on Wednesday, Oct. 20, Thursday, Oct. 21 and Friday, Oct. 22, respectively, to talk to the students about the value of education.
In order to promote staying in school, the Savage boys are taking kids out of class for one hour. Say executive producers Mike Scully and Julie Thacker-Scully: "We have five kids of our own and understand the importance of getting a good education. We don't want them still living at home at age 35."
Wednesday, October 20, Milwaukee:
Lincoln Center for the Arts
820 E. Knapp St.
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Waukesha North High School
2222 Michigan Ave.
Waukesha, WI 53188-3158
Thursday, October 21, Chicago:
Mount Assisi Academy
13860 Main Street
Curie Metropolitan High School
4949 South Archer Avenue
Friday, October 22, Phoenix:
Xavier College Preparatory School
4710 N. 5th St.
Phoenix, AZ 85012
From Emmy-winning writers/executive producers Julie Thacker-Scully ("The Simpsons"), Mike Scully ("The Simpsons," "Everybody Loves Raymond") and Academy Award-winning director and producer Mel Gibson, "Complete Savages" chronicles the amusing and chaotic trials and tribulations of a father single-handedly raising five teenage boys. Think Clint Eastwood raising the Baldwin Brothers. "Complete Savages" is the rare family sitcom that doesn't have a wife to point out every week what dopes men are. These guys can do it on their own.
"Complete Savages" stars Keith Carradine as Nick, Andrew Eiden as Sam, Shaun Sipos as Jack, Erik von Detten as Chris, Evan Ellingson as Kyle, Jason Dolley as T.J., and Vincent Ventresca as Jimmy.
"Complete Savages" was created by Julie Thacker-Scully and Mike Scully. Julie Thacker-Scully, Mike Scully, Mel Gibson and Bruce Davey are executive producers. The series is produced by Nothing Can Go Wrong Now Productions and Icon Productions, in association with NBC Universal Television.