12 September 2012 11:31 AM, PDT | TVovermind.com | See recent TVovermind.com news »

When I saw the Go On premiere last month during the Olympics, I pretty much loved it. The show had a great leading man in Matthew Perry and a great bunch of misfits around him. It had heart and laughs, and Go On wasn't too broad in its humor or too sappy in its emotional moments. I really, really enjoyed it, which is why it saddens me that last night's second episode, "He Got Game, She Got Cats," was such a dip in quality. Most TV show's second episodes are never truly great, but what I saw from Go On last night has me a little worried about its longevity as a funny, heartfelt sitcom.

Even though I do not have much concern about the way Go On handles its emotional moments, the show did raise some red flags for me last night come on the comedy side of things. »

- Chris King

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