Jason Bateman plays a gay Greenwich Villiage writer. His sexual orientation isn't suspected initially by the fellow who has responded to his newspaper ad for a new roommate. Though the road... See full summary »
Carl, a successful Wall Street stockbroker, loses his job and his wife, and finds himself in Harlem, sharing a tenement apartment with his simple brother Simon. Just as Carl's situation ... See full summary »
My friend told me to look up this show, told me about the cast and that's all I needed. Even if I didn't recognize the talent in the voices, I knew I had a new favorite cartoon on my list. I have mixed feelings about FOX and this show though; I don't expect the same people who watch Fox News to understand anything in this show (or anything about life for that matter) I think this show would find a better home on The Comedy Network, but unfortunately they don't pay with large sums of blood soaked money. A quick note to all the haters commenting on IMDb; just because you can't follow the jokes due to your lack of, well processing speed or, um, intellect, doesn't make this show bad.
From a visual point of view, they do a great job implementing real photographed backdrops with added details. The animation is nothing spectacular but works well with the overall look of the show. The dialogue does move fairly fast as mentioned above which requires you to give it the attention it deserves. That's the thing isn't it, what else would you expect from a show named "Sit Down, Shut Up".
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