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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Gunnyman, Sep 24, 2013.
Maybe Skinny Pete will make an appearance.
And he was trying to be a drug dealer, at least in the bits and pieces I managed to see.
I liked Mom. I think it was much better than Dads. That was crap.
ditto....awful premise, really average writing. It's certain to be a smash hit...lol
I'm still trying to figure out why I like The Big Bang Theory. Mom is another in a long line of Chuck Lorre sitcoms I haven't liked. TBBT is the exception.
Bill Prady is the reason.
I'm sure you're right. I should say, that after the pilot of TBBT, I was not in love with it either, but I saw potential and kept watching. I see NONE with this show.
I don't like any other Lorre shows either. TBBT is the exception.
I liked this show, but you had to watch it to the end before it started getting better.
The beginning I hated and was about to stop and delete it but after the AA meeting with her mom showing up unexpectedly at her house, then her daughters boyfriend walking out without his shirt on, then the ending with the mothers comment when she left with the young waiter guy about her daughter might be pregnant. I think a slow but OK start.
I still think it might not make a full season, but I will keep my SP.
Skinny Pete was on a recent episode of NTSF:SD:SUV::
Just an FYI.
You mean unexpectedly for her character, not for the viewer who knows we are watching a sitcom based upon inter-personal conflict. It was Sitcom 101.
Just as the woman who comments on her speech was her Mom even before the word was uttered.
I laughed often during this show! SP moved up a couple places.
I dont think Anna acts very well...but pleasant to look at...
I usually like Anna Faris vehicles. I didn't like this. It felt like someone had a concept, dumped it into a blender and aired what came out. I usually Like French Stewart too. But his character seemed really forced.
I don't know why, but I didn't like it.
Just watched the Pilot. I thought it was pretty hilarious. And yes, I'm a fan of Anna Faris. But I hope to see more of French Stewart. I could see a show based on a snooty chef.