I'm Sorry (2017– )

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A seemingly confident comedy writer, wife and mom comically exposes her inner immaturity and neuroses through unexpected life situations.

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  • Andrea Savage and Tom Everett Scott in I'm Sorry (2017)
  • Andrea Savage and Tom Everett Scott in I'm Sorry (2017)
  • Kathy Baker and Andrea Savage in I'm Sorry (2017)
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15 July 2017 | Dr_Sagan
I'm not sorry that I watched this !
I usually don't like comedies with awkward situations and misunderstandings (basically I cannot identify with such comedic characters) but this new comedy with stand-up comedian Andrea Savage is rather entertaining.

The setup is far from original, the suburban wife and mom, with the understanding, supporting husband and the curious kid, but the "feel" is different from other comedies, let's say "American Housewife" (which is also a good comedy for its own sake).

The script is well written for its genre, although the "do or say something awkward in front of other people who then staring at you with contempt and disapproval" pattern might get old really soon.

Overall: Check it out if you like jokes derived from uncomfortable situations.

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