It’s unoriginal and has a feel to it that I’ve come across before several times but can’t remember where
It’s not very good! There is a blandness to the writing and barring the obligatory occasional eighties track and clothing, https://hookupdate.net/de/hitch-review/ it could be set any time in the past forty years.
It lacks the wit, sharpness and compassion of That 70s Show and is screaming out for an element of empathy for the audience to latch on to
Not the worst thing I’ve seen but definitely not good. I’m a huge fan of ‘The Goldbergs,’ ’80s, and teen movies and this was a big disappointment and seemed more like a low-budget web series than an actual TV show. Paul Reiser? I don’t think anyone cares about him anymore other than my grandmother, and she’s dead. Jennifer Grey? A true waste of her talents. Watch the Sneak Peak and make your decision from there if you’d like to continue rather than waste 31 minutes on the pilot. The Sneak Peak didn’t look funny but I forged ahead for the sheer kitsch value of the jazzercise leotards they promised, with hopes the show would be better. Nope.
I strongly suspect nepotism is at play here as surely this wouldn’t get commissioned off it’s own back
I felt like I was watching a script that was cobbled together by vague memories of ‘Caddy Shack,’ ’80s T & A screwball comedies, and whatever wisp they could vaguely remember from ’80s teen movies. First and foremost, there is zero plot. The entire episode revolves around following this somewhat pathetic, one-dimensional, ’90s morose, ‘Freeks and Geeks’ type character, David, who leads a completely unrealistic life. He’s short, scrawny, and looks like he’s not even strong enough to lift a tennis racquet, let alone, be a jr. tennis pro, is dating the ridiculously much-too-hot-for-him aerobics instructor, his parents are still together even though not the happiest, and he’s in college, has a good job.