Carpoolers (2007–2008)

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A group of guys who carpool to work together from their suburban homes.


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Series cast summary:
 Gracen Brooker (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Leila Brooker (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Aubrey (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Dougie (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Cindy (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Marmaduke Brooker (13 episodes, 2007-2008)
 Laird (13 episodes, 2007-2008)


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Seinfeld on wheels
13 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Every year, shows come out that are well below par (Most coming from the ever-so spontaneous Fox network). But when I finished watching the okay show Cavemen, I came across this show and realized that Carpoolers is not one of them.

This show is another comedy that is basically about nothing (Like Seinfeld), but still remains original and funny. Which is nice, because you can still pick up where you left off if you didn't see the last episode. But more serious than sitcoms where you just listen to a laugh-track playing after stupid jokes. The jokes are more appreciable, things you can remember, instead of being funny for the moment, and then forgetting it 5 minutes later. Even the plots are funny in their own way.

The movie centers around four guys and the time the spend sitting in their car, working, and hanging out at home.

Gracen, a married man with a 'napolean dynamite' style 20-something kid, is the sensible one of the group. Though smarter than the rest of the group, he is witty, and is hilarious when pointing out the mistakes of the others. Always having to deal with his son weird antics, and the fact that he isn't as young as he used to be, he still manages to be funny in his own way. Always assuming the worst of things, he really relates to some of the older people watching the show.

Laird, the divorced cool bachelor is always on the prowl. Looking for girls and telling stories of the never-on-screen times he has with his one day girlfriends. Definitaly the dumbest of the group, he still charms everyone and keeps you wanting more. He is best friends with Gracen, and they really do make a dynamic duo.

Aubrey, the married father of 7, is the basically the slightly happier version of Debbie Downer or Negative Nancy. He always brings up his problems at home into the conversations, yet manages to humor things up when he tries to escape from his home life by getting into other things going on around him.

Doug, the newly-wed with a baby, is my personal favorite. The newest to the car-pool, he is still adjusting to the weird habits of the group. Always commenting the others obvious mistakes, he still gets sucked into what is going on while trying to be accepted.

This is a new and refreshing show and should be given a chance.

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