Kevin Can F**k Himself

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Air Dates

Jun 20, 2021 - Oct 10, 2022








Allison - Annie MurphyKevin - Eric Petersen

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A dark comedy following the secret life of a prototypical sitcom wife.

Allison McRoberts is a woman filling the role of a prototypical sitcom wife. She's beautiful and embodies a figure who everyone thought they knew growing up.

But she's wasted the last 10 years of her life in an awful marriage, and when she's not at home, her perfect veneer fades and she revolts against the life she resents.

Comments (5)

09/12/23 at 12:52pm

I enjoyed the show. Bummed it’s over, it was quite unique to be part sitcom, part drama. The sitcom part worked to elevate the doofus husband and the drama to highlight her turmoil.
Shannah I
08/15/21 at 00:08am

When this show started, it was so dark it was almost too hard to watch. I almost gave up on it, but I stuck with it and finished the season, and I really liked where it went. I worry that it will not get renewed, because it is too sophisticated, and people will not understand the satire. The whole point of the "sitcom" is that it's part of the darkness. It's extremely nuanced. You just have to pay attention to WHAT they say, not HOW they say it. I am also a huge Annie Murphy fan. The rest of the cast is also great. Annie Murphy and Mary Hollis Inboden are extremely versatile.
08/08/21 at 08:34pm

I find this a difficult show to watch primarily because of the awful sit-com segments. I've finally resorted to fast forwarding past them because they add no value to the darker side of the show. This is a failed experiment in my opinion. I would have been happier with just the Annie Murphy scene outside of the house. I definitely won't miss this if it doesn't get renewed.
06/24/21 at 11:46am

Love me some Annie Murphy. Loving this show so far.
Moe B
06/22/21 at 04:07pm

Annie Murphy is great. The messed up part is the corny sitcom jokes they wrote for the show are actually better than most of the real sitcoms made in the past 10 years.

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