I Just Want My Pants Back
Posted Feb 3, 2012 @ 1:32 PM
I admit to watching it. I'm inclined to give MTV a chance with scripted comedy these days because they have show with Awkward, Death Valley (and somewhat Teen Wolf), that they can make entertaining shows.
I did not think it was bad but a little rough around the edges.
I hope it doesn't fall into the pit of watching the two single leads bang everyone they can while the the couple are on their own with sideplots.
I am a sucker for marriages on t.v. with couple that actually get along and want to have sex each other.
I also hope that (knee jerk reaction) they never go the will they/wont they route with the two single leads. It's interesting watching a male and a female be this open about their sex lives to each other with out any romantic tension on their part. I have female friends like that and there isn't anything weird about.
For now, I will keep watching.
Side note: I swear the single blonde reminds me of a blonde Lacey Chabert (Party of Five, Mean Girls). It was a little distracting.
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Final thought: The show made me feel old and dated, at the ripe old age of 24. :/
Posted Feb 14, 2012 @ 7:35 AM
I agree with everyone that Peter Vack's character isn't exactly Brad Pitt material but then again, when you're drunk and 23, pretty much anyone will do. Tina is hilarious. She has some pretty good zingers.
But unlike sooo many other of MTV's scripted reality shows, there really weren't moments where I was thinking, "why does this sound like a bunch of 40-somethings' idea of how 20-somethings talk?" (I'm looking at you, Awkward) I felt like the dialogue and scenarios were pretty realistic.
I'll give it another try. But if Tina and the other lead dude fuck, I'm out. DON'T GO THERE!
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