Ok, so this one is tricky, and I'm pretty sure it will offend people in both extremes. For me I loved the confrontation between the PC and IPC, the brash take of someone that had to work really hard vs someone that thinks she deserves better without doing a lot of work, but now facing with having to due the work. I found it refreshing and funny, but I am sure many will hate it, hopefully more will love it.
The first two episodes were phenomenal. This is an absolute gem so far and I can't wait to see where it goes.
This might be a perfect comedy. I have no notes!
Jean Smart is amazing. Great characters, superb writing and acting. Subverts stereotypes at every turn. Ava drives me crazy but she's broken, so she's supposed to.
[HBO] The best comedy of the year. Apart from the obvious chemistry between Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder, it builds a story that intelligently walks through risky areas. A representation of the dichotomy between the comfort zone and the bravery posed by the confrontation between the characters. Deborah and Eve have complex personalities that grow through their difficult relationship, while we enjoy the conflicts.
Jean Smart does a really great Roseanne Barr.