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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Ten Things Funnier Than "Accidentally On Purpose"

Jenna Elfman's new sitcom Accidentally On Purpose debuted last night on CBS. It is a wannabe-yuckfest of one-liners and stiff acting. Despite the raucous reaction from the show's canned laughter button, I find it to be a total bore. Therefore, in the interest of helping The Tiffany Network out, here are ten things that are funnier than this new show:

1. Ingrown toenails
2. Howie Long
3. Terms of Endearment
4. Tired Appalachian stereotypes
5. My friend J's efforts to repeat off-color jokes that require exact memorization and perfect comedic timing.
6. Comparing Bush and/or Obama to Hitler
7. Dead kittens
8. The 1994-1995 season of SNL
9. Dharma & Greg
10. Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know?
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4 Comments:

Blogger Paul said...

A network sitcom that's not funny?

I'm shocked!

Tuesday, September 22, 2009  
Blogger Buzzardbilly said...

The Buzzardmobilly broke down today and even that was funnier than "Accidentally on Purpose."

Tuesday, September 22, 2009  
Blogger NomadLives said...

Did it stink more than the season premiere of heroes?

Tuesday, September 22, 2009  
Blogger Chris James said...

P-Some network sitcoms are still funny. "How I Met Your Mother," "The Big Bang Theory," "30 Rock," and, uhhh, umm, uhh. OK, 3 network sitcoms are still funny...

BB-Easily. Murphy's Law can at least be laughed at, unlike anything starring Jenna Elfman.

NL-I stopped watching Heroes midway through the previous season and haven't thought about it since. I'll take it from your comment that it still sucks ass.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009  

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