Modern Family is funny at times, but really from the get go has been hit or miss. Some are VERY funny, some are meh, some just don't make me laugh.
Originally Posted by dattier /t/1491260/brooklyn-nine-nine-on-fox-hd/60#post_24208277
You think that "Modern Family" has a character named Jay played by an actor named Neil Pritchett? Are you thinking of the character Jay Pritchett, portrayed by actor Ed O'Neill?Quote:
Originally Posted by domino92024 /t/1491260/brooklyn-nine-nine-on-fox-hd/50_50#post_24207366
A couple of Jay's (Neil Pritchett's) lines in last week's show were hilarious, if they didn't go over your head.
Originally Posted by WaTaGuMp /t/1491260/brooklyn-nine-nine-on-fox-hd/60#post_24210865
I have had more laughs watching Dad's then B99, that says something, just not sure what.
Originally Posted by VisionOn /t/1491260/brooklyn-nine-nine-on-fox-hd/60#post_24534242
Highlight of the season finale was Stephanie Beatriz trying not to laugh at Samberg's exit.
The Big Bang Theory felt that way to me the first few seasons. Episodes would just suddenly end in what felt like the "middle" of a plot. Surprisingly, those early seasons were what I thought of as the funnier episodes.The show still feels more like a series of sketches and one liners than a cohesive sitcom to me though.
They had better live up to that promise of it not being permanent. Holt and Jake were the perfect pair.TV Notes (Broadcast)
Bill Hader to Replace Andre Braugher as ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’ Captain
By Tony Maglio, TheWrap.com - Aug. 6, 2015
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has found its new boss in the form of Bill Hader, who will replace Andre Braugher as Andy Samberg’s precinct captain.
Captain Holt (Braugher) took an NYPD Public Relations job on Fox comedy’s Season 2 finale. The character will still be on the show, just in a new gig.
Hader’s captain — described only as “efficient” — will guest-star on “Brooklyn’s” Season 3 premiere, which airs Sep. 27. It is currently unclear if Hader’s character will recur, but a person with knowledge told TheWrap that he will not be a permanent replacement.
The season premiere of “Brooklyn” will also feature a guest appearance from Archie Panjabi, who appeared on CBS’ “The Good Wife” for six years, as Lieutenant Knox, a police officer with a crush on Joe Lo Truglio’s Detective Boyle.
“Brooklyn Nine-Nine” returns to Fox Sundays this fall.
Hader, an alum of “Saturday Night Live,” was most recently seen opposite Amy Schumer in Judd Apatow’s “Trainwreck” and he’s also a prolific voice actor, with roles in Pixar’s “Inside Out,” “The Good Dinosaur” and Sony’s “Sausage Party.”
He is represented by UTA.
I agree, this really changes the dynamic of the show. Braugher was really the only reason I watched this otherwise silly show, if he's no longer there, I'm gone.Wow, was this thread was buried. From HOTP:
They had better live up to that promise of it not being permanent. Holt and Jake were the perfect pair.