Mad Love (2011)

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Revolves around a quartet of single friends in New York City-- two who are falling in love and two who despise each other, at least initially.

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 Ben Parr (13 episodes, 2011)
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Boring, recycled garbage.
9 December 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I don't know how this show managed a 6.2 out of 10 at the time of this writing. That would suggest that it is above average. How so? This show not only failed to be creative or interesting, it also failed to be funny. And being a sitcom, that's rather important.

CBS really struck out with this and "S&^% My Dad Says, both airing in the same season. The difference between the two shows, is that "S&^% My Dad Says" actually had potential. A better writing staff, some tweaks to the characters, and they'd have had a hit. God knows they had a good premise. Mad Love had no hope from the beginning. They attempted to blend "How I Met Your Mother" and "Friends" together. Problem is, they used many of the same premises and jokes that those shows already had. Well, those two shows, and every other sitcom in the world that came before it. That was the biggest problem. It just wasn't funny. Some people believe that it's hard to make a good sitcom nowadays because they've been played out. That's not true. They simply have to evolve. And funny sitcoms nowadays have done just that. But Mad Love was a unfunny clone of better sitcoms. They attempted to have an on-screen dynamic with the husky guy and bratty redhead girl for sure. Which, if you've ever seen a sitcom in your life, know that had this show continued, they would have had banter for many seasons, then slept together. It's an often used formula. Problem is, this time it wasn't funny.

I gave this a few chances. Why not? I was already watching CBS, so why flip it before I checked out a new sitcom? It failed to hit. I seriously don't remember laughing more than twice total. Not for each episode, total. It would have been forgivable that the show was unoriginal had it at least been funny. BUT IT JUST WAS NOT AT ALL. I've probably said that about five times in this review. But that's seriously it, it didn't make me laugh. I saw it coming a mile away, and didn't like it when it arrived. You would feel the same way if you watched it. Unoriginal, boring, unfunny. If it has a redeeming point, it's that I thought the acting was just fine for all the main characters. Bottom line, you've seen this show many times before, and you definitely liked it better then.


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