3 July 2012 | the_blackrider
Retired at 35 Is An Unfunny Unoriginal Sitcom
The show focuses on David Robbins (Johnathon McClain), a young man who abruptly quits his job and moves in with his parents (portrayed by George Segal and Jessica Walter) at their retirement community.
The writing for the show is awful. The show lacks creativity. Most of the jokes are unoriginal or mediocre 1-liners. George Segal and Jessica Walter are talented, but the lines they are given are not funny. McClain's acting is okay, but nothing great.
Since the pilot, the show has only made minor improvements. The later episodes of the first season are not quite as terrible as the pilot, but the show has not improved enough to become worth watching.