I have high hopes for this show. The pilot was fine, but hopefully there will be more substance to it than cussing around a newborn (that was pretty damn funny though).
It's hard for me to be objective about anything starring Christina Applegate. I love her. So, if the show gets horribly bad, then I probably won't notice. I'd love to see Will Arnett succeed in primetime, even if he's playing this role differently than any of his other roles. Will subtle = success? And Maya Rudolph amazed me because I expected to really, really hate her, but by the end, I was like hey, that wasn't so bad.
We watched this after "Free Agents" because I had higher hope for it. I felt the Oprah-ization of Maya Rudolph's character was a bit much, and the best part of the show was the anniversary/aftermath portions.
Sadly that part was from the original pilot and the Oprah-esque parts were from the retooling, so I don't have high hopes for it.
Then again, I did initially choose Studio 60 over 30 Rock, so what do I know?
"Tattoos are the mullets of the aughts." - Mike Naimark
No, not the Tom Cruise movie. This is the story of Ronald and Reginald Kray, two British gangsters from the 50s and 60s. I've been interested in them since seeing the film The Krays (staring the brothers from Spandau Ballet) back in the early 90s.