12 October 2016 | js-99739
Needs new voice actors
The animation is bad, and most of the jokes are pretty tired or just not funny, but the same can be said about a lot of animated comedies in their first season. The worst part by far though is the voice acting for the three main characters which are voiced by the two co-creators of the show. It's painfully obvious that they're amateurs, especially Johnson's voice for Grover, and it severely undercuts jokes which might have otherwise been at least a little funny. There are a couple of decent laughs among the few episodes out so far, but none of them come from the three main characters. Hopefully it'll find its legs because there's not really any other shows like it (on a TV network at least) but it would definitely be less painful to watch with some better voice acting.