Dr. Bill Hoffman leads group therapy of offbeat individuals but his outsize ego may keep him from being an effective therapist. Michael is a Wall Street type having an affair with Darlene while Jonathan is a closeted married man.
In hopes of success, two internet geeks plan to leave their fortune to a celebrity idol they have never met. But the tables are turned when that celebrity decides he wants to cash in on his fortune soon rather than later.
I've never found it difficult to watch a sitcom though the opening scene before. But this show changed that. My wife and I suffered through a few more scenes before giving up on it, I cannot claim to have watched the whole show.
The shame here is that we are the perfect audience for this show. In our real lives, we do nothing but joke about how parenthood is hardly a picnic. We love humor where children are told Santa is fake. But this show is humorless. Absolutely humorless.
One only wonders if it will be canceled after two episodes, or three or maybe four. And, really, it is just sad that anybody who makes a living in television chose to put this on the air. It makes you feel bad for the actors involved. Shame on their agents and managers for not keeping them away from this trash.
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