The list of flaws plaguing the new
the show’s lead character. She’s a recently divorced mom who is just
now “putting herself out there” and struggling to make sense of the
Stop right there. We’re talking about
That premise, unfortunately, is the funniest thing
about this run-of-the-mill show, which serves up only lukewarm laughs
and feels derivative throughout.
In tonight’s opener, Rebecca is contemplating having
a one-night stand with a guy she just met in a cafe. But she’s never
done such a thing, so, of course, she gets plenty of coaching from her
single-people posse, played by
fornicating — including a running gag about prison sex that runs on for
too long. In most cases, you can see the punch lines coming from a mile
The engaging Milano has displayed a crafty skill for landing in successful shows over the years (“Who’s the Boss?,” “Charmed,” “
And speaking of
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