In the new series "My Two Dads," the plot centers on a 12-year-old girl living with her two "fathers" because it is unknown which of the two is her biological father. This presents some questionable moral issues. The girl's (dead) mother obviously had two concurrent lovers, one of whom fathered the child. Why is this show being aired after "Family Ties," a very popular show about a family with traditional values? This very serious matter, made into a comedy, should not be shown on prime-time television, if at all.
Christine Turner, Los Angeles