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Patrick J. Adams,
Worse than Mad TV, which is no small accomplishment
Worst talk show, or possibly any type of show, ever. Past, present, or future. I used to claim that Mad TV was the least funny show ever, but I have to admit that there are certain skits that I find funny. Rarely if ever do they use intelligent or witty humor, but they can at least occasionally come up with something humorous. I can actually accept that Mad TV is just a different type of humor that some people find funny and I just don't really appreciate it. But I will not accept talk that promotes George Lopez as being funny. If there's one thing I know for sure, it's that George Lopez IS NOT funny. I tried to sit through a complete show of his one time. I'll never put myself through that soul draining experience again. It is unwatchable. Knowing that people laugh at his jokes makes me lose hope for humanity. Positive reviews of this show should be reported immediately.
Instead of a numerical rating for this show, I would prefer to give it's rating according to this function:
Rating = y - 10x
y represents the numerical rating for how funny the show is. x represents the number of George Lopez's in the show.
Therefore, the highest that the rating of a show containing one George Lopez could possibly be, is absolute zero. In the case of Lopez tonight, it receives an imperfect rating of -10.
One of the jokes I just heard on his show: "Today in Washington Obama had lunch with some Republicans to talk about fixing the economy. They were getting along great until the checks came."
Waiting for the punch line? That was it...
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