In this detective series with a comical note, Glenn Hall runs an unconventional flashy Private Detective's agency in LA, and means business above all, never mind the rules if she can get ... See full summary »
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Michael T. Weiss,
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Jeffrey D. Sams
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The show's theme song, "Miss Fortune", was performed by Liz Phair. See more »
I like not being in a relationship with you, too. But if I ever catch you not doing something with someone else before you don't do it with me, I won't hit you so hard, you won't know what didn't hit you.
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I like practically everyone involved with this show, especially the mesmerizingly odd Chris Elliot and Amy Pietz, about the sexiest thing on two legs. And Weber is the perfect stone-faced star, especially considering what keeps happening to him (ala Keaton, Buster).
The show has promise, but its potty-mouth dialog is tedious and tired. And aside from Elliot, the laughs are thin and far between.
This year, I down-grade any show that uses a-- (what happened to "bottom," "hinder," "fanny" "back-side," et. al.?). It's a touchstone for childish writing. The premier already set a record as I actually lost count.
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