"ZO2," which centers on a real-life heavy metal band that makes a living by day as performers at kiddie birthday parties. Other scripts in the hopper include a family drama set in the world... See full summary »
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"ZO2," which centers on a real-life heavy metal band that makes a living by day as performers at kiddie birthday parties. Other scripts in the hopper include a family drama set in the world of porn, a workplace comedy based at a counter terrorism agency and an hour long entry about addicts. Written by anonymous

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A "Z" Grows In Brooklyn
23 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

This "Three Stooges meets Spinal Tap" mashup is rapidly turning into one of the funniest half hours on television. In the grand tradition of partially scripted comedies like "Curb Your Enthusiam", just give 'em a situation and turn 'em loose. The boys in the band are a laugh riot, (which is to their great advantage since the MUSICAL talents of the Z02-ers ain't gonna send AC/DC running for cover any time soon). Not-so-secret weapon Lynne Koplitz, playing the band's manager, steals every scene she's in. (Her "That's the way you christen a van" in the mini-Kiss episode has to be one of the funniest lines ever delivered on TV). The producers, god love 'em, are smart enough to shoot on location at every real live music joint in and around the city that never sleeps, and have engaged the services of a herd of A-list rockers looking to get their funny on as guest stars.

"Z-Rock" is well on its way to becoming the 2nd most important export in the history of Brooklyn (the original egg cream, of course, continues to hold down first place).


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