A porn star, a bank robber and a Shakespearean actor are some of the subjects of Camp Hollywood, a feature documentary about the residents of a legendary Hollywood hotel. Seen through the ... See full summary »
David Julian Hirsh,
A single-camera comedy about coming home again - when home is a comic book store in a suburban strip mall. Warring brothers Terry and Peter are forced to take over the reins of their ... See full summary »
This show is awful. I couldn't even make it through the whole episode without turning it off. I didn't expect a Kenny Vs Spenny rip-off, but what you get is a bizarre sitcom where Spencer Rice is some type of sex symbol. Revolving around how confusing his life is being single, while dating multiple women. Spenny is a type of gigolo character which isn't funny, seems more ironic. Maybe I missing something but so far. There isn't much laughs. All this scenes evolved women. Going on a date, seeing an ex, complaining to a girlfriend, then getting back with the ex. Very repeatable and I couldn't imagine the plot getting much deeper. Also it's hard to care about his "Character". I don't feel bad that he's cheating. His problems are self inflicted,relate-able and unlikeable. This show wasn't for me. However if you enjoy watching a 40 year old cry baby womanizer this is your program.
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