Review: Committed 101 – 106

The past years haven’t been really good, comedy series wise. Most quality shows were gone, leaving only Friends on the air. And so the laugh out loud moments were also gone since May (even as quality for this show was also slipping since season 5 and 6, while regaining only a bit of ground in the last season). Joey was supposed to pick up the thread in September, but it has grown stale in a very short time. This new mid-season replacement (for Father of the Pride), is finally what we’ve been waiting for. It’s a fresh comedy with a good variety of characters and storylines, very unlike Joey, where you can practically fill in the dialogue before it’s spoken. Here things actually happen, also very unlike the static scenario of Joey. It’s going to be a short season (13 eps.), but at least it’s qualtiy.

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