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I do watch lots of Yes, Dear. For what I can say is the show is not
very consistence funny. The good thing is it seems to get better. I
mean less annoying.
Brief: A story about a man (Greg) and his wife and her sister, and her husband tried to lives under one roof. Unfortunately his wife sister and her husband are of a little nut (according to him).
Greg is one of the most selfish, annoying, and irritating characters that you'll ever see. Watching him you'll get very irritated and frustrating. Good things is, it seem to get lesser by season.
There is nothing really standout in the show, so I can't really say what to look forward to. The actors are alright to watch and the story of each episode is mostly full of Greg complaining about something.
Recommendation: It Can Be Funny At Time.
Rating: 6.5/10 (Grade: C)
This is By far the worst excuse for a television for a Show since "Cop Rock". The Main Character "Greg" is a Whinning Simp, and the Show has driven me from watching CBS on Monday Night. The Plot lines are thin and the acting is Horrid. It is truly a wonder that they made it past the first season. This program shows that talent and taste are not needed to get on Television.
This show is hard to follow. It's unfunny and boring, the plots are twisted, and the jokes are crude. It's annoying to see how the guy (the guy who works at the movie studio as an executive) tries to disguise his English accent. According To Jim is a similar show and much better than this!
That this achingly unfunny program is part of the CBS Monday night comedy block shows how bad things have gotten in TV land. The network that carried "I Love Lucy" and "The Andy Griffith Show," among other classics, now gives us a weekly half-hour of irritating characters and lame, crude jokes. The character "Greg" has to be one of the most repellent boors ever to appear in a sitcom. He is a one-note whiner who is many times more childish than the children on the show. The other characters are simply idiotic. With characters this puerile and one-dimensional, it is really no wonder that the writers resort to moronic plots and bathroom humor. It is a mystery to me how this program has survived so long. CBS, please cancel this show!
If this show wasn't sandwiched between the hilarious King of Queens and the time-tested Raymond, it would be so dead in the water. There is nothing redeeming about any of these characters. Anthony Clark's character is annoying, Jean Louisa Kelly is totally unfunny, their in-laws that live with them have no self-respect and the kids are completely irritating. The best way to describe this show is as a poseur-comedy. It hangs around with the big boys but it's obvious that it has no right to.
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