I'm Sorry (2017– )
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Ass Cubes 

Noticing that her friend Kyle is getting weirder the older he gets, Andrea sets him up with Amelia's preschool teacher, despite her reservations. Andrea is upset when her father starts hitting on her married mother.

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Dale Stern

Writers:

Andrea Savage (created by), Joey Slamon
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Andrea Savage ... Andrea
Tom Everett Scott ... Mike
Olive Petrucci ... Amelia
Kathy Baker ... Sharon
Jason Mantzoukas ... Kyle
Martin Mull ... Martin
Nelson Franklin ... David
Lyndon Smith ... Miss Shelly
Amir Talai ... Maz
Kevin Kirkpatrick ... Blind Guy
Danya LaBelle ... Garbage Woman
Greg Dehm Greg Dehm ... Uncle Richard
Bill Lewis ... Leon
Molly McMichael ... Amy
Donnabella Mortel ... Carla
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Noticing that her friend Kyle is getting weirder the older he gets, Andrea sets him up with Amelia's preschool teacher, despite her reservations. Andrea is upset when her father starts hitting on her married mother.

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19 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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Downfall?
22 July 2017 | by Dr_SaganSee all my reviews

I wrote a favorable review after seeing the first 2 episodes, but the 3rd one is somehow off...

It's more like "we seat and talk" kind of episode and less like the "do awkward things in front of other people who then staring at you with contempt and disapproval". Is this a bad thing? ...Well...in this case I think it is. In this episode Andrea is more like a monotonous (without change of tone) stand-up comedian. Jumping from one topic to another abruptly, supposedly making remarks about our society, trying mildly to provoke...maybe...

Anyway I didn't enjoy "ass cubes" that much. All the guest stars comedians including Nelson Franklin and Martin Mull were struggling with their lines. A couple of good scenes (like the hugging in the cafe or the "juice" final scene) weren't enough to make it better.


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