A seemingly confident comedy writer, wife and mom comically exposes her inner immaturity and neuroses through unexpected life situations.

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A seemingly confident comedy writer, wife and mom comically exposes her inner immaturity and neuroses through unexpected life situations.

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Andrea Savage had to be cut out of iZombie (2015) in the middle of filming, to start on this project, leading to her sudden, and controversial exit from the show. See more »

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forced comedy
24 August 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't have any big objections to this show, based on the one episode I saw (the first one). I like the lead pretty well - I've seen her in a bunch of things over the years and she's always good.

And yet, a lot annoyed me just a little, even though it has annoyed me in other series less. A comedian starring in a series about a comedian isn't a terrible thing, yet somehow the series hits it too hard. It's not just that she's a comedian, but that she's viewing everything through that lens, instead of, you know, the lens of being a funny human being.

The premise of the first episode - the discovery that a neighbor is an ex-porn star - seemed a bit much for the pseudo-realistic sort of show it seems to be going for; it would make far more sense on something whackier like The League.

The lead's reaction to all this, being overly fascinated and then getting weirdly too involved in a really dumb way, seemed forced.

In fact, after writing that paragraph I rewrote the title of this review to say "forced" because really, I think that sums up all the issues I just mentioned. Everything feels forced and unnatural.

That would be fine if it were funnier, but it's not really especially funny.


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