Hannah and Dan attend the funeral of their old drama teacher Mr Balcombe, where Hannah is thrilled to see Adam Piper, the boy who gave her her first kiss and Dan meets his equally brain-dead friends ...
The siblings father Gregg has arranged a birthday party for himself at which he is going to make an important announcement. Dan starts working for his dad and through sheer luck impresses him - until...
An amateur musician of stunted emotional growth is reluctant to take care of his young nephew, but as his reluctance grows, his other emotions begin to follow to the fore, meaning he may even become a better, more-rounded person.
To tell you the truth I wasn't expecting to like this. After the first 3-4' minutes of the pilot I was about to bash it hard, even for the choice of music that remind me "It's always sunny in Philadelphia". But after that, I did find it watchable despite the mediocre, not to mention, obvious jokes.
The premise: It's about a young girl who is a slacker at work and lives with his Keanu Reeves obsessed immature brother. In the pilot we see all the trouble she's getting into, just to avoid some work in her office. If you ask me it would be easier to just ...work!
Anyway. Haven't see any of these (British) actors before. They are OK I guess, not hilarious but funny enough. I will see the following episode too. I hope it gets even better.
Overall: Seems OK. Check it out and decide.
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