You know, I’ve been wondering how long the show would be on for quite some time, given that it’s very different from your standard (shitty) sitcoms, or the newer Office/Parks & Rec type. I decided I’d rather it only stay on for only 3 or so seasons and them all be good, as opposed to having the show stay on the air for 8 of them and have a few mediocre ones and one shitty one.
I would bet that it gets picked up next season, but if the next season is the last one, I’d be happy to see the show go out on a good note.
lol i love how both these shows managed to get my fave comedians on one network. im still trying to figure out how comedy central hasnt gotten into the sitcom game seriously…and not these farce’s of shows they usually got. they discover the talents of these people far before network tv does.
All the critics say “the first episodes weren’t that good” and are wrong.
Debate episode is lolz. Football episode is lolz. Spanish assignment episode was lolz. It took like 5 episodes for it to get really funny. Basically after they introduced everyone and had their little episodes.
Now the show is really funny in a different way every week. Which is pretty crazy.
Outsourced is getting a lot of views? They have a lot of talent but the writers are letting them drop. Its a good show with a lot of potential; hopefully it gets tapped.
Although outside of people who have worked in call centers or anthropologists, no idea who would get a true kick out of that show. My girlfriend likes the cast in general, a lot of the jokes are very cute, a lot of the storylines present some serious shit in underhanded ways as if they are trying to sneak in the seriousness into dumb audiences.
Pars and Rec is too fierce. It is closer to being a spiritual successor to Arrested Development than a spin off of The Office. I’m wondering how when that second season of Louie is gonna hit; that show is gold.
I didn’t say it wasn’t funny, just that it really hit it stride in season 2. It really developed it’s own personality by season 2.
And yes, Parks and Rec is absolutely the most amazing cast for a network sitcom. Especially with the addition of Adam Scott and Rob Lowe. While it wasn’t worth canceling Party Down over, I love the addition of Adam Scott.