The L.A. Complex is a Canadian export that is airing on the U.S. on The CW. It's in keeping with the network brand and an oddly suitable pairing for its increasingly ridiculous 90210 series. Particularly since this new (at least to Americans) show is essentially an alternate version of the Melrose Place update that was cancelled by The CW a couple of years ago. And while L.A. Complex isn't at all what you'd call a good show or remotely original, it's more watchable than MP 2.0, though maybe only slightly. It doesn't help that Complex starts off with the most annoying song of all time, making us feel like we're being forced to sit inside an MRI machine, though once you get past that, there's plenty of entertainingly mindless fluff to enjoy. Here's how the two series compare:
People weren't as disgusting this week as normal, so that's refreshing. Instead they were just obnoxious.
Don't let the Shore door hit you on the way out.
Looks like Walter White is doing some planning for his future.
I believe this is what they call "the light at the end of the tunnel."
Giving new meaning to "gone fishin'."
Hell hath no fury like an angry former child actor who hates his own show.
Call it NYPD Blue: The Copper Years.
Lots of episode orders today, so let's get to it.
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