I quite enjoyed "Baby Daddy," and found it sweet, not cloying. [From the commercials (and the youthful appearance of the actors), I thought it was about a high school student who discovers he's a father. I'm glad they're in their 20s at least.]
I thought the leads were all likable and had good chemistry; the brothers and the Riley did seem like they all grew up together. (I thought the "ethnic best friend" was Asian, too.) I loved the scene with Riley, Tucker, and Danny in the hallway -- they all wanted to help but had to let Ben do it alone even he was going to start growing up, and it was so nice bonding there too.
Danny could have been played for just a dumb jock, but they gave him some depth.
It makes me a little sad that Melissa Peterman is playing a grandmother (considering her own son, Riley, is just 7 years old), because I'm older than she is.
I think they're going the Danny hearts Riley hearts Ben triangle route.
I also checked IMDB, Luc is listed at 5'10, so Tahj is probably around the same size, it does probably make blocking fun.
Actually, Tahj is listed as 5'6". If Luc is 5'10", then those must be "AOL inches."
While I agree this is probably a better companion to "Melissa and Joey," I liked "State of Georgia" too.