W/ Bob and David (2015)

TV Series   |  TV-MA   |    |  Comedy

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Bob and David emerge from the time machine they entered sixteen years ago and are reunited with the cast of Mr. Show.

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  • David Cross in W/ Bob and David (2015)
  • Bob Odenkirk in W/ Bob and David (2015)
  • David Cross and John Ennis in W/ Bob and David (2015)
  • Bob Odenkirk in W/ Bob and David (2015)
  • David Cross and Bob Odenkirk in W/ Bob and David (2015)
  • David Cross and Bob Odenkirk in W/ Bob and David (2015)

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David Cross, Bob Odenkirk

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17 December 2015 | rzajac
| Agreed: Not for Everyone. The "community theater" aspect part of its charm
What's fun about "W/ Bob & David" is the continuity with the old "Mr. Show". It adheres to the same comedic and production standards; and those standards were notably rough-hewn, seat-of-the-pants, cannabis-fueled, and naturally good-naturedly begged your indulgence while it sang and danced and mugged its way into your heart. I gladly granted that indulgence and in return reaped a modest collection of smiles, laughs, and even the occasional thigh-slap.

Well, actually, more than merely adhering, this new incarnation of Bob and David improves on those standards a bit. The writing is at least as good, and the production values have definitely improved.

It's great to see the old gang back together again! Looks like Johnston lost a little weight (from his S. Silverman Program days) to be able to make the same physical impression as of yore. Ennis is a fantastic talent, great to see again. Well, I'm not here to rattle off the roster. Trust me that the old gang serves the cause with the dependable aplomb.

All that said, I fully understand that all this is hedged 'round by an audience reality: Most folks don't care a whit about the above. They want a sketch show that zings and tickles again and again and again. Key & Peele comes to mind as a counter example: In spite of its general experimental, over-the-edge sensibility it actually rarely missed in its goal to astound, amuse, and entertain, with every sketch. W/ Bob & David, like its predecessor, is honestly a bit scattershot. For some of us, that's part of its charm. If you're like-minded, W/ Bob & David will work for you. Otherwise, you may well be wondering what the fuss (such as it is) is about.

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