Well, that’s going to be it for me and Animal Control. The show hasn’t been funny, and in a way its kind of false advertising. I signed up to see Joel McHale control animals, but the show seems intent on giving me everything else besides that. I don’t care about
Let’s not beat around the bush. “Animal Control” hasn’t been meeting it’s potential with such a fertile concept for a prime time network comedy. There haven’t been enough animals, and the show is spending too much times on things we don’t care about. This week was very much the same.
And it’s on to episode 3 of “Animal Control”, and we get more of the same with some slight improvements. The show continues its best work when its actually trying to keep these animals under control. The cold open was good as the guys tried to bring in a cougar
Yeah, that was a steep drop. Animal Control continued with its second episode this week that resulted in almost zero laughs, as Frank and the gang had to tangle with rabbits and pythons this time. It should have been funnier, but the show did exactly what I was worried it
What I can tell you about Animal Control, the new comedy on FOX, is that it’s premiere has one of the most memorable cold openings on recent television. I mean, where else can you see a rouge weasel catch fire to both itself and a living room set? And that