10/14/18 at 07:06pm
A funny show I miss. Yes, this show and too many others are getting into social comedy rather than the purpose we watch TV is escape from all that drama. Producers and writers have lost focus on what the TV watching community wants.
Want this show back with its original story lines.
07/03/18 at 08:37pm
Good at first but got way to focused on making social statements vs making us laugh... needs to go.
06/05/18 at 06:18am
I wish the show was on longer.I miss watching it on Monday's.
05/16/18 at 11:30am
ARE YOU INSANE..... BEING THIS SHOW BACK.
05/16/18 at 09:11am
I must admit I am the type to post reviews about a show only AFTER it's been cancelled. I had no foresight about the show during it's 34 episode run because then I look like an ass.Now I appear to be a "genius"
05/16/18 at 09:06am
The Plopster was wrong again as usual, and wishes a season 3 could have been realized.
05/08/17 at 08:12pm
Love the show. Glad to see Judd H. and Katie S. back on TV. Never would have guessed the two would be in a show together!! OK... What flavor are the pink topped donuts? There are more than one, and all can't have strawberry icing!!! Any ideas??? :-)
04/23/17 at 08:41pm
Love this show it makes me laugh. So does 2 broke girls. You cancel these funny shows. But yet show stupid shows like the amazing race and big brother.
03/28/17 at 06:47am
This show's lack of originality is stunning. It rips off "Chico and the Man", "Cheers" and a parade of one dimensional characters from the last 50 years of TV. Judd Hirsch is a great casting choice but he is made to play a cliche' of a grump with the heart of gold. Franco is the minority kid who is so darned charming, Arthur is won over in all of one episode. There is no story arc or complexity and the audience is denied the opportunity to slowly learn to care about these characters. Instead, the producers and writers use a paint by number kit to make you care and we don't. The blonde, pseudo intellectual waitress with her nose in a book is hinting at Diane Chambers but "Superior Donuts" shows that Glen Charles, Les Charles and James Burroughs are not coming through that door. If only they could. The Arab character joking about terrorism was just revolting. It's hard enough to make that topic funny and it would be a challenge to mine laughs from promoting a hateful stereotype even for good writers. Is this all that network TV can offer today?