Jack "Madman" Buckner is an old-school newspaper editor: he speaks his mind, makes lots of enemies and doesn't sweat the little details. His young boss, however, has some different ideas of... See full summary »
Shane Sawyer doesn't want to live. His parents' imminent divorce and his girlfriends cheating have led him to consider jumping off of a rooftop. But the world, in carnival-like fashion, has other plans.
Skats the Clown,
I have watched a lot of TV in my life, some good, some not so good.
Rarely have I witnessed a show such as this that is so abysmally wretched that I completely fail to capture how vile it is in spite of usIng all my favorite derogatory nouns and adjectives.
I can only assume those giving this train wreck high marks are either TV industry hacks and shills or perhaps are quadriplegics unable to operate the remote to see what else might be on one of the other 1001 channels.
The structure is a shameless rip-off of Seinfeld, complete with a hipster doofus Kramer clone.
The gags are obvious and completely devoid of humor above a 3rd grade level.
Anyone who received one dime of compensation from this crapfest should forever be banned from the industry for life. Yeah, I know that sentence is a head- scratcher. I mean it: if someone who profited from this stinking cesspool of inanity were to die should come back to life, they should still be banned.
What a sad, embarrassing waste of perfectly good electrons.
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