'Go On': Will you be there again for Matthew Perry?

NBC employed the novel strategy of airing the "Go On" pilot not once, but three times, before the show's official, time-period premiere Tuesday night (Sept. 11). So now that you've finally seen a second episode, what's your verdict?As with a lot of new shows and new comedies in particular, "Go On" still feels like a work in progress. Being honest about the losses its characters have suffered while still getting laughs out of how they handle it is a tricky thing. So far, the show seems to be walking the line pretty well, and it's made a wise decision in not trying to hook up Matthew Perry's and Laura Benanti's characters too quickly -- even if the laws of television dictate that they're headed toward that point somewhere down the road.As we said in our review, there's a good deal of potential in the NBC show and in its particularly strong ensemble, which also includes...


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