A former CIA operative (Cumming), who has since built a "normal" life as a gifted professor and writer, is pulled back into his old life when the NYPD needs his help to stop a serial killer on the loose.
Tiffany (Brianne Howey) moves to a new home from the bush country of Spain. She goes to a new school where she meets Brie Tonika and Afsheen. Her new friends warn her to stay away from the ... See full summary »
I was intrigued with the concept. It could've worked, but I felt like the writing was rushed, lazy and absolutely awful. There is nothing original about any of the gags. That's fine if you're not aiming for a comedy to win awards (as another commenter pointed out), but if you're going to be using gags that have been around since the 80's and 90's, you need to at least make it interesting and witty. Nothing about it works. The actors and actresses overact in the way that the kids do on those awful Disney Channel/Nickleodeon Shows, and the writing (which I cannot stress enough) seems really lazy. You can tell that no real thought has gone into it at all. And if there was, this shouldn't have gotten the green light in the first place. It did not even bring a small chuckle or grin to my face. It was so boring... If you want to compare humour, I will list some of the comedy shows I have enjoyed: Boy Meets World, That 70's Show, Friends, Everybody Loves Raymond. Now those were funny. I Live with Models is most definitely not.
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