When the gang at the bar complains about not having anyone in their lives, Carol and Roy tell them they have to be more open to people, and not to be looking for the perfect person. Each reaches out ...
This show is not for children. Very adult-themed humor.
I enjoyed the politically incorrect humor. But there is nothing funny about animal abuse! The second episode shows 2 chickens brought in the room in cages. That made me uncomfortable. Couple scenes later two of the actors are holding the chickens and nudging them together, simulating the start of a fight. I almost puked.
I had to delete the rest of that show and the other episodes off my DVR. I wish there was more outrage in the media about this. If one person gets an idea to start animal fights because of that show, it will be a mortal sin.
I rate the show about a 7 before those scenes came on. minimum of ten lines of text to post a review huh? Well, I think all the actors are funny enough and the characters each have their dysfunctions to provide the humor. If the actors, director, writers, producers, and/or network don't issue an apology for crossing the line,I'll never watch this show again. I like the Korean actors and the EMT lady; I'll have to find out what other things they've done. Doesn't Christine Ebersole's character look just like Sharon Gless's from Burn Notice?
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