Up All Night Review: Never Say Never

This week's Up All Night episode - "Travel Day" - was a departure from the caliber of sitcom I have come to expect from this cast. Even Chris's amazingly awkward, yet hilariously accurate, Michael Keaton impressions were not enough to help this week's installment arrive on time.

For the most part, this show has kept it real when it has focused on issues with which new parents find themselves faced. Tonight's snap decision to leave for a weekend away with a toddler, book ended by two five-hour flights, bordered on the absurd, though.

The show's success has been largely in part because of new parents ability to relate to Reagan and Chris's trials and tribulations. Packing alone for something like a wedding would have taken Reagan a long time for herself, I would have thought, let alone also packing for Amy. It's Hollywood, however, so let's say we ignored the plausibility there and focus on the rest of the episode. Read More...



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