It doesn't reach Curb in terms of absurdity and blowing out, you know, actual interactions. Because Larry David is God of situational observations.
The writing is better than Parks & Rec. And that's honestly my favorite comedy on TV right now - even from a guy that hates Aziz. There's not exactly a Nick Offerman corollary (I'm assuming he's your favorite part), but the acting is excellent. Jeffrey Tamboor, Jessica Walter, David Cross, and Tony Hale are awesome.
I guarantee few things, ez, but I will guarantee that you won't regret giving Arrested Development the time of day judging by your tastes in sitcoms.
To this point, the writing is pretty well garbage and the creators of the show seem to agree, hence the reliance on a narrator. I don't see how it could get as clever or interesting as any of the other shows mentioned. But maybe.
I like Jason Bateman a lot. And Jessia Walter is currently the best thing about the show.
bionic, Cosby is the best show of its era, but based on the way black people currently talk about Bill Cosby, that probably makes me a racist.
New York Jets cornerback Antonio Cromartie, 28, recently had his second child with wife Terricka, making it 10 kids from eight women in six states.
Their baby boy, Jagger, joins sister Jurzie and eight half-siblings from Cromartie baby mamas across the country.
But the happy occasion is mixed with turmoil. His far-flung fatherhood has intrigued a TV production company that wants to create a reality show about the group "trying to co-exist as a modern family," a source said.
Most of the moms want to do the show, but Cromartie said no.
The baby mamas he left behind have banded together so their kids can bond with their brothers and sisters in California, Texas, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and New Jersey.
The single women can use the extra money to help raise their kids, but they also think it is important "to document their journey," the source said. "They want Antonio's support."
Cromartie has deflected the plan, blocking any filming of his offspring.
[I Can't Name] All My Children - a new reality show on VH1. Follow the offspring of Shawn Kemp, Travis Henry, and Antonio Cromartie as their fathers dodge child support and contraception like All Pros.
Followed by Sad Sapp - a take on Simple Life where Warren tries to dig himself out of bankruptcy by scooping up cow shit at farms.