You may have heard that Work It is one of the worst sitcoms of all time. You heard correctly. In fact, if the Metacritic rating for this new show isn't the lowest score ever for a television comedy, I'll be a little disappointed in my fellow TV scribes.
This is the best reason to put out a new editions of a show that has already been on DVD -- great, low prices. None of these season sets have lavish extras and the packaging is no-nonsense. If you're like me, you won't care.
Like most people, the Urban Man often says, "if only life were more like media." If only we offered one another heartfelt looks at the tail ends of dramatic days, and never had to tie our shoes after moments of true love.
I don't know what happiness is but it's definitely NOT just going with the flow. Stop the flow, start the flow, but don't under any circumstance just go with the flow. It may ruffle a few feathers, but some people's feathers need a little ruffling.
We recently sat down with Rob McElhenney, creator of Sunny... to discuss the secret to the series' longevity, the legendary Danny DeVito, and some eyebrow-raising storylines planned for future episodes. Then things got a bit off topic. My bad.
I don't care whether or not obese people are "gross" to watch or kiss. I don't care if they're more expensive to insure or riding zebras in Kenya whilst singing "I've got a lovely bunch of coconuts." They are still people before anything else.
Companies are beginning to produce XXX parodies of popular sitcoms. Here's my problem. It's one thing to ask these porn "stars" to do degrading acts like have sex with five guys. It's quite another to ask them to be funny.