A smart, hilarious look at the lives of four New York friends
What did everybody think of the new ABC comedy?
I posted my review of ABC's "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23" yesterday. Now it's your turn. Did you trust and/or like the bitch? Dreama Walker as her roommate? The pervy neighbor? The crazy ex-roommate? James Van Der Beek as James Van Der Beek?(*) Was the show too cartoonish, or just right? And will you watch again?
(*) Fienberg interviewed The Beek yesterday.
Have at it.
Russell spends a night at the loft, while Winston starts a new job
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On the many villains and memorable moments of a wild third season
"Justified" just concluded its third season, and in addition to reviewing the finale, I interviewed showrunner Graham Yost about the many villains who paraded through Harlan this season, what he felt worked, what didn't, and what some of his initial thoughts are about season 4, all coming up just as soon as I have a taste for pig tongue...
Not a lot of laughs, but with this crew, does that matter as much?
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Odd couple comedy has appealing center, but needs some work
New season will deal with at least part of "A Storm of Swords."
HBO has had a pretty consistent pattern, especially with its dramas, of renewing shows the Tuesday after their premieres. So once we knew last week that "Game of Thrones" had returned to a series-high 3.9 million viewers (6.3 million if you count people who watched repeats later in the evening), every TV reporter in the country began waiting for the renewal press release to come in.
The guys' "Star Wars" tradition provides an amusing trip down memory lane
A review of last night's "How I Met Your Mother" coming up just as soon as we share a cab to our separate decoupage classes...
Dan and Alan also review ABC's 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23' and answer your mail
After a few weeks with mega-jumbo Firewall & Iceberg Podcast installments, this week's is a trifle shorter, owing in part to fewer new shows debuting and in part on Dan's desire to please his dad (a podcast listener without ample free time) while staying with him this week for Passover. Still, we had time to offer unleavened opinions on "Don't Trust the B---- in Apt. 23," "NYC 22," the terrific "Girls" and last night's "Mad Men," in addition to asking a few pieces of your mail.