I enjoy most of the NBC sitcoms. I don’t enjoy the effort that NBC is putting into making sure that they’re given an honest chance to succeed. I’ve said that their comedy block, located in the Friday night entertainment desert is hopeless. Not even Dwayne Johnson was able to grow
While its only three episodes in, the “Newboot” of Night Court has been mostly a pleasant return, with John Larroquette maintaining his timing from his wonderful Dan Fielding character, and the show pulling the laughs from where they’ve always been the funniest. In the courtroom. But with spin offs, legacy
Its Ned! Ryerrrrrrrsonnnnnnnnn! Really, I never knew I needed a George Lopez and Stephen Tobolowsky team up until the wonderful character actor, who gained notoriety as the annoying acquaintance to Bill Murray’s character in “Groundhog Day”, guest starred on Lopez vs. Lopez this week as Quinten’s dad. So much so
Lopez vs. Lopez keeps winning even though it shouldn’t. It brought out the OG George Lopez crew for the Christmas episode, and then two more legends for it’s return from winter break this week. First. Why you’re likely here. The supernatural episode involved two acting and pop culture legends. Carlos
Goodness, I hated myself for laughing at that woozy pet medication joke. That’s how Lopez vs. Lopez started for me this week, but that Mayan cheesy vet joke worked. A lot of the jokes in that kitchen scene following Chance’s bad softball game did not. George appears to be going
Let’s start off with congratulations for the show which received a full season order. FTR will be adding it to its rotation with other NBC shows such as Quantum Leap, American Auto, Grand Crew, and Young Rock. Good work guys. The show was dealing with Chance’s birthday party this week.