NBC has ordered more episodes of the freshman sitcom.
October 4, 2011
NBC announced today that it has given a full season order to new comedy Whitney. The show is only two episodes into its freshman run, earning an impressive 3.3 adults 18-49 rating in its premiere before falling to a 2.5 for its second episode.
Also picked up by the network today was Christina Applegate's new sitcom Up All Night. Notably absent from the announcement was struggling newcomer Free Agents, which is a likely candidate for cancellation in the near future.
(Source: TV by the Numbers)
When Whitney Cumming's does stand up, she says mean things about men but you can tell that she's at least saying what she truly thinks. In this show, she plays the OPPOSITE, she's an unrealistic character that likes sex and trys to be what us guys would think of as "appealing."
For example, in her stand up she's said things like...men want sex more than women because all women are beautiful and men are disgusting...and she has made fun of doing nurse roleplay for sex and said it was stupid.......................
Yet in the show, she says to her boyfriend that she wants to have sex more, and uses quotes like, "c'mon, why aren't we tapping this." She went out and bought and nurse costume for sex roleplay....and then said to a person in the store, "I'm just trying to get laid". .............IT'S SO OBVIOUS SHE'S TRYING TO BE A CHARACTER THAT MEN LIKE AND IT'S SOOOO UNREALISTIC, IT'S STUPID.
First of all, phrases like "tapping this" and "getting laid" are guy things. And when she said that men like sex more than women in her stand up....for the most part she's right..............IT'S A GUY THING!!!
She's just trying to get more attention, and it's annoying, not to mention her character is a jerk that rants about everything and she somehow thinks that's funny.
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