Out of work and with no place to live, a fired nanny and a struggling comedian are stuck house-sitting together. To get back on their feet, this odd couple reluctantly helps each other ... See full summary »
Revolves around a career woman and mother who must move back in with her own mom after being let go from her high-powered, six-figure salary job. With her teenage daughter in tow, Jennifer ... See full summary »
I'm fed up with Critics! All too often critics over-extend themselves in "writing" clever and often negative reviews. We need to stop depending on critics for what we like or dislike. How about a review that addresses the qualities of writing, acting for all of us real people out there in TV land? Being a critic is not a license to destroy a career or TV/Film project. Not that,"Retired at 35" needs any critical guidance. It's simply fun. Let go of your stress, open a bag of whatever, enjoy your favorite beverage and open yourself to laughter.
David Chase has created a funny new show. Can you imagine moving back home with your aging Dad & Mom? What if they are cooler and better off then you? As an actor I spent 5 days working on the first episode. The set was filled with laughs, inspired creation and a bunch of really nice people who just happened to be top notch professionals. There are so many hilarious scenes that often you don't have enough time to catch your breath after laughing. "Retired at 35" re-introduces the original concept of sitcom shows such as "All in the Family". Younger crowds will just need to trust, lay back and enjoy a NEW concept in TV today. May this fantastic show be the end to "Reality Shows." Long Live the new sitcom.
Very well done Ladies & Gentleman.
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