The college fair comes to Whitlock, and Sarika has an offer for Jack: Get her into Harvard, and she'll get his book into the hands of her publisher aunt; Stef prepares for a visit from a fling; Helen...
Allisyn Snyder came up with many of the quirks and mannerisms for the character Heather, such as leaning to the side to peak out, and erratically looking around the room, during long takes early on where she didn't have any lines. She was, purportedly, doing this to stay awake and entertain herself, but wasn't aware that show runners noticed this, asked her to do it for additional takes and even baked it into her character. See more »
First original tv show/comedy I've seen in a long time.
The comedy is intellegent in its own absurdist style. However, I've noticed a theme within the "1 Star" rating reviews; most, if not all, are saying that the show is "offence in this political climate", and should "cater more to today's political atmosphere by discussing some important topics". NOT ALL COMEDY HAS TO HAVE A POLITICAL AGENDA. Let's leave the politics on the news where it belongs. If you want a apolitical absurdist comedy: This show is for you. It's hard for me to see this show being a '1 star' rating by anyone. It's probably not fittingly a 10 (yet) that I gave it, but it's certainly higher than a 6, let along 1.
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