An offbeat romantic comedy about a decent guy, Ray Tuckby, with a dead-end life in the dead-end town of Trona, CA. After encouragement from a stranger whom he happens upon, Ray begins to dream again. He sheds the parasites in his life, musters the nerve to pursue his childhood love, and finally takes back his community by toppling the local teenage Meth-baron.
From the creative mind that brought you "Role Models", "Wanderlust", "The State" and "Wet Hot American Summer" comes "Wainy Days", the award winning series about David Wain's (slightly) ... See full summary »
A high school slacker who's rejected by every school he applies to opts to create his own institution of higher learning, the South Harmon Institute of Technology, on a rundown piece of property near his hometown.
A husband-and-wife team play detective, but not in the traditional sense. Instead, the happy duo helps others solve their existential issues, the kind that keep you up at night, wondering what it all means.
I stopped watching sitcoms years ago, because it just seemed like they are the same corny themes over and over again. "Campus ladies" has had me rolling on the floor laughing with every episode. These women have the best chemistry together that I have seen in a long time. All the episodes are all original new ideas that are hilarious and fresh. I am very surprised that when I ask people if they watch it, most have never heard of it, but after i tell them about it, they end up becoming Joan and Berry fans too. I just wonder why so many people seem not to have heard of this show before, yet once they see it, become addicted to it as I am. I usually hate raunchy sex jokes and shows that center the whole theme around it, yet Campus Ladies pulls it off without seeming raunchy, its just FUNNY. I think a lot of it has with the characters and how naive they really are. Abdul and Drew also bring a lot of laughs to this show. Hope to see it back on for many more seasons.
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