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BubbleWatch: CBS' 'Feces My Dad Says'
SHOW: "Feces My Dad Says" (CBS)
IN ITS FAVOR: Held onto some of its "Big Bang Theory" audience on Thursdays and mostly didn't embarrass itself, ratings-wise. CBS may want to stay in business with William Shatner and the network may believe that "S#!* My Dad Says" was showing signs of creative life at the end.
AGAINST IT: For the most part, the comedy was savaged by critics and treated with resigned apathy by viewers. Numbers-wise, it had the advantage of airing most of its run without "American Idol" opposite it.
OUR TOTALLY UNINFORMED GUESS: We'd put it in a "Tentatively probably not back" category, but a lot depends on what ends up happening with "Two and a Half Men." If CBS needs comedy placeholders for the fall while Chuck Lorre takes extra time to reboot his Sheen-less "Men," maybe "Feces" gets another chance.
Final Verdict: CBS canceled "Feces My Dad Says."