So good. Seriously, soooo good. Miss The Goodfeathers, Rita and Runt, and Mindy and Buttons, but so glad to see The Warner Brothers, and the Warner Sister, not to mention Pinky and the Brain back on again. The show is still as irreverent as ever, while still barely toeing the line of good taste. My nostalgic wish has been fulfilled while still updating that multigenerational sense of humor that appealed to me originally. If you were the only one of your friends who died laughing when they did the "Who's on first?" skit with 60's and 70's band names, you will be pleased! Welcome back old friends!
What to say about this show that hasn't been said already? Tried watching a few episodes to appease friends who thought this was the most hilarious thing they had ever seen and found myself longing for the inherent humor of mentioning a slide rule to a computer programmer. Allow me to sum up every episode I have seen. Three manchild "nerds" who are caricatures from every jocks limited imagination, live next to a physically attractive, but vapid blond and make repeatedly unamusing pop culture and science related references. Laughing yet? No? Allow me to repeat that over and over again accompanied by a laugh track until you are. (And add terrible relationship arcs later to draw in more viewers apparently.) As someone who identifies as a "nerd" and grew up around actual scientists I fail to see how anyone with an iota of intelligence, or a cerebral sense of humor can be anything but offended and disgusted by this mindless drivel. I laughed more often watching Cosmos. Don't waste your time if you haven't accidentally already. And Chuck Lorre, please stop abusing the television medium and crawl back under whatever fungus you wormed your way out of.
Less them 15 minutes into this supposed documentary and Kennedy picks up the infamous red phone to Moscow. Any credibility this series disappeared like an eyewitness testimony held up to facts. I'll leave it to viewers to figure out why. If you believe this BS, you deserve to.