This TV remake of the 1962 Jackie Gleason vehicle gets its emotional punch from William H. Macy’s powerful, Emmy-nominated performance as a boozy loner redeemed by his paternal instinct. Since serving in Vietnam, substance-abusing Charles Gigot (Macy) has been unable to connect with his estranged family. Guilt-stricken over a two-decade old car accident that left him mute, Gigot lives a lonely life as a custodian for a Chicago tenement and has few friends aside from his pet monkey. Naturally Gigot balks when a strung-out mom begs him to baby-sit her daughter Lou (Keke Palmer). Gigot's worst fears are realized when she doesn't return to claim her child. To free himsel...