Wednesday, September 21, 2005

New Show Reviews

So I have begun the arduous task of clearing my DVR of all the shows that I have recorded over the past couple of days, so if you are wondering what new shows are good and which are bad, here you go. And if you aren't wondering....well, I just don't know what to tell you.

How I Met Your Mother: Excellent! It is really funny and has great characters. The premise of this show is a man in the year 2030 is telling his kids about how he met their mother in 2005. It is kind of in the style of The Wonder Years only a lot funnier and about twenty-somethings instead of kids.

Kitchen Confidential: May become my new favorite comedy show. It has Bradley Cooper (Will Tippin on Alias) and a lot of funny characters running a restaurant. I don't know what else to say, but you should watch it.

Barely Legal: Turned it off halfway through.

The War At Home: I gave this one 2 episodes to impress me and was sadly disappointed both times. They spend too much time with witty sayings in between action and so the plot development is VERY scarce. You don't really get to know the characters and the show so far is going nowhere. I predict 2 seasons max.

Two and a Half Men: After the Emmy's, I felt bad for ol' Charlie, so I tried to watch his show again....and was reminded why I only watched 1 episode the first time around. Dud.

Supernatural: Surprisingly good. I didn't think I would like this one, but I loved Jared Padalecki on Gilmore Girls so I decided to try it. It really has potential.

Well, class is over, so I've gotta go. More show reviews later.

5 comments:

Stuben said...

Watch a Guy named Earl! It was surprisingly the funniest sitcom since Srubs that I have ever seen. Big thumbs up even though it's all about white trash!

Jen said...

I agree, Earl was funny!

Emily said...

Unfortunately, Earl is at the same time as House (which is probably the best written show on television. Those writers are just amazing) and Supernatural. If Supernatural slows down any, I'll drop it and try earl.

Lindsey said...

Interesting review, I wish I had DVR. My VCR recording is just about killing me, keeping it all organized. Yesterday, I had to use living room VCR, Heather's VCR, and Chad and Katie's VCR. My life is ruled by fabulous shows.

SubBlogger said...

So ashamed of how much we loved Earl! It hits every taboo with a tazer.