Television review: 'How to Be a Gentleman'

In the CBS series, an etiquette columnist at a magazine meets up with a guide of sorts who is, well, a slob. Felix, meet Oscar, and welcome to 2011.

"I am one of the last of my kind," says etiquette columnist Andrew Carlson (David Hornsby) at the very top of "How to Be a Gentleman," a new series from CBS, where all comedies are multi-camera comedies, as in days of old, when "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" ruled the air. "I open the door for ladies, but I am not a doorman ... I put out cigarettes, but I am not a cigarette putter-out man." Read More...,0,7182598.story


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