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The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006–2010)

TV Series   |  TV-PG   |    |  Comedy

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A divorced mom tries to keep pace with everyone around her.

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  • Wanda Sykes in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)
  • Alex Kapp and Tricia O'Kelley in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)
  • Daniel Roebuck in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)
  • Clark Gregg and Emily Rutherfurd in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Eric McCormack in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)
  • Julia Louis-Dreyfus in The New Adventures of Old Christine (2006)

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24 April 2011 | sj_elliott-1
| Loved it when it was on; love it in reruns
I'm watching it from the beginning on Lifetime and it is still really funny. I loved it when it was on and thought that the cast was great. I loved Christine, Matthew, Richard, Barb, and the mean mommies. Actually I think that the mean mommies are two of the best characters I've seen in a long time. Their timing and facial expressions with each other and Christine are priceless. Julia is wonderful and there are some Elaine-ish moments (in fact I think they use a clip from Seinfeld in reminiscing about the past.) But Elaine was pretty nuts too. Christine is over the top and completely self-absorbed and after watching for a while, Elaine Bennis slips your mind. I think she really shines in this and the supporting cast is great.

The central theme of this show is dysfunction. Terrifically funny dysfunction. They're all so crazy and the enmeshment is off the charts. But each character is funny as hell.

I was disappointed when it was canceled but I definitely did see it wearing thin. The first few seasons were genius and as I watch it in reruns, I find it totally enjoyable.

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