Check out the complete series sets of shows you never wanted to watch in the first place.
Here's another project for Avon Barksdale to fund.
I believe this is what they call "the light at the end of the tunnel."
We have to admit that during the year, we are very hard on shows (it's our job!), but in the summer, there are only a handful of series like Breaking Bad and True Blood that are Emmy-worthy. To get us through these barren months, we've got our reality staples like Big Brother and So You Think You Can Dance, and teen guilty pleasures like Pretty Little Liars and Degrassi, but that's not enough to fill our DVRs. So, we routinely lower our standards to discover some shows that might not be must-see during the regular season, but are tolerated -- and maybe even appreciated -- in the summer television doldrums.
So many new shows, so much fail.
Entourage's Vincent Chase acquires a porn star girlfriend and a drug habit, while the Robot Chicken team spoof Star Wars for the third (and final?) time.
The boys are back in town... one more time.
Bros, rejoice... everyone else, carry on as usual and avoid the movies for a little while.
Okay, I think we've established (and exhausted) the topic of how terrible the CBS laugh track is. It's truly unbearable and makes perfectly good shows like 2 Broke Girls seem way more hokey than they actually are. And in the case of hopelessly bad shows, it emphasizes how awful they are. Guess which category How to be a Gentleman fits in?
Americans seem to be much more uncomfortable with accents than I ever would've thought...