Thursday, September 17, 2009
Some great comedy shows starting this month folks. Including one of my favorite shows...




Sadly, if you live outside of the UK you'll have to download these. If you've never checked this show out before do yourself a favor and check the out the first episode of season 1 here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePejwCWPwwg. You now have 5 seasons to catch up on.

If you think my comedy hard-on couldn't grow any further you may want to step back (sorry). Season 7 of Curb Your Enthusiasm starts this Sunday and promises the return of the Seinfeld cast. Although season 5 was kinda weak, season 6 was great. I have high hopes for this.



Also worth mentioning is tonight's NBC Thursday lineup:

8:00 PM Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Thursday

8:30 PM Parks And Recreation

Caught some of the first season of this and was disappointed but thought it had potential. I'll give it another chance since I'm a big fan of Amy Poeler and Aziz Ansari. I Heard that, one of the best working stand-ups today, Louis C.K. will be guest starring as Amy Poelers love interest. If you ever have a chance to see Louis live you will not be disappointed. I believe he's on tour now. Check Louisck.net for dates. Also he has a new sitcom on FX set for 2010.

9:00 PM
The Office
Still enjoy this show even though Pam and Jim irritate me since they became a couple.

9:30 PM Community
Could be good. Joel Mchale is a funny man and Chevy Chases' character looks hilarious.

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1 Comments:

At September 23, 2009 at 8:42 PM, Blogger Donovan said........
Follow up:

Peep Show was great. Already off to a better start than last season.

Parks and Recreation was hilarious. This episode was way funnier than anything that I caught from the first season.

Couldn't make it halfway through Community. Not for me.

Office was good. Still have yet to see CYE.
 





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