If you watch any show long enough, they will eventually be inconsistent with the background material as originally presented. Either out of convenience or forgetfulness, the history will be retroactively changed.
In the case of Rodney, "long enough" took less than fifteen minutes.
The opening made it clear that this was a man who abandoned his efforts of being a stand-up comedian when he got married and had kids, who is just now trying it again. And yet, just before the midpoint break his wife lectures him that he’s constantly spiking any chance of success in life to chase his dreams of performing standup.
Beyond that: it’s a basic goofy irresponsible daddy show. Better than some; there are some funny lines in here. But all in all, it’s Generic Filler Sitcom Material. If you need another half-pound of sitcom, here ’tis.