It's not that T.J. doesn't love his parents, it's just that he's trying to kill them. Thirty-two, unemployed, and derailed somewhere on the path to adulthood, T.J. has boomeranged back home... See full summary »
Mash Up, like many comedy-based shows that have come before it, is just beginning to scratch the surface of its potential in the first season. A lot of shows like Seinfeld and the Office were not very funny at first, but after some time they became very popular. I'm not saying that Mash Up is going to be as successful as Seinfeld, but I do think that it will get better as time goes on.
So far, we have seen a unique combination of stand-up comedy and skits that have been pretty funny for the most part. The unique part about the show is that the stand-up comedy and skits happen simultaneously, and the jokes are more hit than miss. Host T.J. Miller is pretty likable and engaging, and the other comedians have done a fine job so far. The retro-video game theme is also kinda cool for anybody who is into video games.
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