Something Wilder is an American sitcom starring Gene Wilder that ran on NBC from October 1, 1994 until June 13, 1995. The series was created by Lee Kalcheim and Barnet Kellman.
Gene and Annie, a late-in-life father and mother, raise fraternal twins in their rural Massachusetts hometown. In the opener, the couple are more anxious about the first day of preschool than their kids are.
Volunteer assistant soccer coach Gene injures his back, but won't back out for fear of disappointing the twins.
The Bergmans seek new friends after Jack bars their kids from a party.
Annie gets concerned when Gene and the boys go on a group wilderness trip with a chaperone who's a known homewrecker.
Gene and Annie enter a dance contest to win the twins a coveted toy.
Gene's attempt to impress the boys with his handyman skills results in a flooded bathroom.
Gene can't divorce himself from a touchy situation when his ex-wife visits and shares a few details from his past with Annie.
Gene promises Sam he'll wear a special necktie to a preschool open house, then is fit to be tied when he can't find it.
Gene gets the family's dumping permit revoked.