HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews "The Witch of East Chatswin," the October 24 episode of ABC's "Suburgatory," in which Rachel Dratch guest stars, and Noah and George trade places. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/review-suburgatory-the more
One of the dangers of having a long running sitcom is having this need to top yourself. If the jokes land in season one, the show will sometimes press in an effort to do more to keep the people coming back. Often, the shows fail spectacularly as the jokes more
This week on Suburgatory , the show decided to revisit what I'd argue is the central theme of the series: people are not always as they seem. You may have an idea of who someone is and how they think, but we're all hiding so more
Suburgatory S02E01: "Homecoming"
"They also have a variety of caucasian beverages."
I missed Chatswin. The occasionally subtle but generally over-the-top comedy, the premise that harkens back to my own suburban youth, the will-they-won't-they more
With quirky characters and a funny and heartfelt relationship at its core, Suburgatory quickly became one of last season’s freshman darlings. Not even the jokes about Tessa and George’s “relationship” could stop this charming little comedy. Ja more
HitFix's Alan Sepinwall reviews the "Suburgatory" season finale, in which Mother's Day in Chatswin raises complicated emotions for Tessa and Lisa. http://www.hitfix.com/blogs/whats-alan-watching/posts/season-finale-review-suburgatory-the-motherload-find-1 more
There are basically two types of season finales that can put into play, depending on a variety of factors. The first type is the clean finale, one that ties up loose ends, corrects mistakes, and generally finds each of the main characters in a pretty more
Suburgatory has to achieve a pretty difficult balance in order to create a quality episode. They may be tied to be a pretty classic fish-out-of-water theme, but the tone of the show is anything but classic, very energetic with an admirable amoun more