Sep 11, 2012 09:00 PMTV Network - NBC
Way back in August (think hard and try to remember that far back), slightly more than one month ago, NBC gave us a preview look at "Go On." It aired after their Olympics coverage one night. In point of fact, it was August 8th (Odie's birthday if you will), but that's neither here nor there. Tonight, we are getting the actual time period, this is when the show will really air, premiere. So, go on, laugh at "Go On" and those amusing Matthew Perry-centered antics. Is he playing a widower trying to get over the loss of his wife? Absolutely, but don't worry, you can laugh anyway.
Apr 11, 2013TV Network - NBC
We might find it slightly odd that "Go On" moved over to Thursday nights for its final two episodes of the season, but the truth is this -- as long as "Go On" keeps going on, we're not sure that it matters hugely where it goes on (just that it goes on). So, go on "Go On" has... until tonight. Tonight, the Matthew Perry series airs its final episode of the season. We highly recommend you tune in and see what the sitcom has in store. Maybe Matthew Perry's character will magically get over his loss and dump the support group. Now that would be an interesting end to the season.
Jan 08, 2013
Ryan's hero, Bob Costas, asks him to take part in his new TV show; Fausta invites everyone to her niece's quinceanera except Anne; Mr. K searches for a new way to contribute and make a difference after completing a major work project.
Nov 09, 2012
When Ryan doesn't fully agree with Lauren's "all talk, no action" policy for the therapy group, he tries to persuade Sonia to break up with her boyfriend; Ryan increases his assistant's workload; Ryan helps rekindle George's love of basketball.
Sep 18, 2012TV Network - NBC
As you well know (if you've been watching), on this series Matthew Perry plays a sports radio talk show host who is, understandably, depressed following the death of his wife. He ends up being forced into counseling for his upset, which, doesn't go quite as expected (but is funny). We aren't entirely sure how long they can keep Perry's character in counseling, but presumably the goal is to have that continue for at least eight seasons and 150 episodes. Tonight is only episode three and we highly recommend you tune in for yourself so that you can laugh at Perry's antics (and everyone else's too).