That's the only one i ever saw and I thought it was pretty funny. I've also seen several episodes of Earl and I have no idea why people like that crap. O well... it doesn't matter, i'm a big UPN supporter anyway.Victor Von Doom said:"Orange Chicken" episodes. :lol:
Synch said:I've also seen several episodes of Earl and I have no idea why people like that crap.
Synch said:i'm a big UPN supporter anyway.
The only time I actually put on this so called "UPN" is to watch the New York Yankees on Fridays.Victor Von Doom said:I'd like to say it'd help if you were real country or dirtneck......but it's not a requirement. Its just one of the smarter comedies out there. Kinda like "Arrested Development"
Worst. Network. Ever. Seriously.
Aside from "Everybody Hates Chris".....there is absolutely no show on UPN worth airing. Not now....and not in the networks history. Maybe the first couple seasons of Moesha---but nothing else.
Planet-man said:Life With Louie. Louie Anderson did the voice of both his childhood self and his dad. I watched this show every morning before school, it was hilarious.
moonmaster said:I love laugh tracks on bland, ridiculously un-funny network sitcoms.
What?! There's not actually an audience for "The Planet's Funniest Animals"!? My naive perceptions of the World have forever been shattered!E said:I love the laugh track on "The Planet's Funniest Animals" on Animal Planet (my son loves that show). It's so obvious that there is no studio audience, yet they keep playing the laugh track. And the jokes are soooo stupid.
E said:You are so right.
Laugh tracks are to TV what thought balloons are to comics.
...like John Doe and The Pretender. I miss them :cry:Cancelled is more along the lines of not getting a chance to tell their story properly.
If a show's had it's run and obviously had a chance to go somewhere and it gets cancelled...that's fine.
I guess my hang-ups lay with cliffhangers.