Hercules Says FX’s New Animated Sitcom UNSUPERVISED Proves Decidedly Unsuper!!
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Follows THE PREMIER OF ARCHER!!!!!! Thursday night.An animated series about two teens with no parental guidance, “Unsupervised” is a the brainchild of writer-actor David Hornsby, who also wrote and starred in the horrible (and quickly cancelled) Thursday night CBS sitcom “How To Be A Gentleman.”
“Unsupervised” is also a terrible show, and does itself no favors by arriving so soon after the triumphant return of Mike Judge’s much, much better “Beavis and “Butthead” over on MTV. Big talents like Justin Long, Fred Armisen, Maria Bamford and Kristin Bell lend their voices to little avail.
As far as Justified...the first 10 minutes were priceless. Walton Goggins is simply sick and the back and forth between him and Raylen was brilliant. Raylen is a little under fire after season 2, from his boss and his coworkers...so that cool cowboy exterior ain't working as well. But the one thing this show does really well is supporting cast. I have always liked Neil McDonough so I am very happy he seems to be part of the big bad this season. I found myself laughing out loud a few times during the episode. Just good stuff. I think it's gonna be another great season.
I think my favorite character in that show is probably his boss, played by Nick Searcy. He gets a lot of the funny lines.
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There's nothing wrong with "The Man From Jupiter" aside from not being quite as mindblowingly funny as other episodes in the series. For any other show, this would be one of the best episodes of the season. For "Archer," it's just very, very good.
Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh, Maniacal Laugh
Finally saw the season opener for Justified and I must say I'm really pleased with this show yet again. Great writing, great acting and as witty and funny as ever. I'm hearing that this season is the strongest ever which is quite a feat in itself. Can't wait to see where this all heads.
Best line: Sorry about your tablecloth.
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