Looks interesting enough. I'll watch it alone for Jon Glaser, whom I thought was awesome in the tragically short-lived "Stroker and Hoop". Hopefully, he'll be even funnier in live-action form. It doesn't hurt to have Allison Becker too, though I hope they let her have more creative freedom like she had on Fuse than they do when she has to host that piss-poor top 20 countdown on VH1.
Meh, it's a little late to reply to this thread, but (since tonight is a repeat) I'll just throw it out there ... How come when Cameron interacted with John in the first episode, she acted like a normal human teenager?