Wednesday, January 11, 2012

EW's Ken Tucker takes brevity to the next level

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Ken Tucker's review of the new NBC "comedy" series Are You There, Chelsea? (based on the book Are You There, Vodka? It's Me, Chelsea by "comedian" Chelsea Handler) just went up on EW's home page. Tucker's analysis, in its entirety, follows.
A 30-minute sitcom starring the likable Laura Prepon, based on autobiographical work by Chelsea Handler, with numerous remarks about being drunk and approximately 79 euphemisms for the word "vagina," all of which substituted for jokes. D+.
via Entertainment Weekly
I was thinking about reviewing this show, but now I'm planning to spare myself, because there is nothing more to be said. Ken Tucker, you are my new hero.

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