This sitcom isn’t the greatest one I’ve ever watched. But I’ve seen every episode. So there must be something about it that I like. I’m just not sure what. This show has had a lot of negative feedback. Which I understand. The acting and the jokes aren’t that great. But they’e watchable. And still better than some.
The revolves around Whitney, her boyfriend, and their friends, and the random, everyday problems that they all have. Whitney is wholeheartedly against marriage, but believes in a committed relationship, which she has with her boyfriend. A lot of the episodes revolve around arguments they get in over trivial matters in their relationship. In one episode, Whitney is upset because Alex has a password on his phone. According to her, since they are a couple, they should share everything. Later in this episode, she accidentally walks in on him masturbating, and he gets embarrassed and upset when she tells her friends about it. Yeah, now that I write it down. none of that seems funny at all. But I’m sure that episode had other redeeming qualities?
Another episode features Whitney trying to help her friend Lily with her wedding plans, when she herself hates the idea of weddings. Naturally, when you’re completely against weddings, you would agree to be the wedding planner for your friend. I can’t quite remember what was good about that episode either. But I’m sure there must have been something.
Maybe I like the fact that it’s based in part on Whitney Cummings’ real life experience? That adds something to a show, right? Although I think Rob was supposed to be somewhat based on Rob Schneider’s real life experience, and I didn’t care for that at all. I guess in order for it to work, your life experience has to have some substance or humour in it. I think what I like is her attitude and some of her opinions. Like when she asks how buying flowers for a woman is romantic, because you’re basically saying here, I picked these for you so you could watch them slowly die. In today’s episode, remarks are made about how she has a knack for being mean to people and dissing things that most people love. Being mean in a way that is at least intended to be humorous is right up my alley.
So it’s not the best sitcom, but it’s not the worst sitcom either. And I can’t be the only one who’s watching it, or it wouldn’t still be on the air. I don’t know, I guess I’ve just gotten comfortable with watching not so great sitcoms. Perhaps I should higher my standards again. But I can’t be bothered. I’ll just wait and hope that the sitcoms will just get better. And if they don’t, I can just write bad reviews about them. Whitney’s not the only one who can be mean with the intention of being funny.