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Odd Mom Out - S02 E04

Comedy
 

The 10 episode half-hour comedy, Odd Mom Out, stars acclaimed author Jill Kargman playing a satirical version of herself as she navigates the treacherous and elite ecosystem of New York's Upper East Side, and the uber-wealthy mommy clique inhabiting this fantastically outrageous domain.A New Yorker through and through, Jill Weber embraces her quirky and somewhat unconventional life with her loving husband, Andy Weber, three great kids, and a best friend who shares the same love for donuts and snarky retorts, Vanessa Wrigley. However, the posh and decadent world of Andy's classically blue-blooded family slowly takes over as Jill valiantly tries to resist all the delicious temptations and perks their wealth can afford. From accepting her in-laws' aristocratic, and perhaps cloudy, legacy to interviewing for a family burial plot at the most prestigious cemetery, Jill constantly battles staying true to herself while weighing the benefits of fitting in. Jill's frenemies and in-laws only fuel the pressure for her to conform, including the status-obsessed Weber family matriarch, Candace, brother-in-law Lex and his wife, Brooke, who reigns over a group of quintessential Upper East Side mombots with an iron credit card.

 
Episode Title: TBA
Airs: 2016-07-11 at 22:30
  • Robert Lloyd

    Some of this is schematic, to be sure, but it grows more organic as it goes along, helped by a strong cast.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Nancy DeWolf Smith

    The amusing Odd Mom Out is a sweet, frothy surprise.

    Wall Street Journal Full Review
  • Keith Uhlich

    Kargman’s intimate knowledge of this elite universe always feels grounded in first-hand experience, and the laughs are frequent and genuine.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Diane Werts

    There's substance in Jill with hubby Andy and with her doctor best friend (comic KK Glick, a Huntington native), all proving levelheaded and likable. That helps leaven the snooty stereotypes of our initial path into Jill's world.

    Newsday Full Review
  • Alessandra Stanley

    Odd Mom Out, is entertaining, even if many of the jokes are familiar.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Rob Owen

    Odd Mom Out definitely will not be relatable or entertaining to everyone, but for viewers who enjoy Bravo’s other shows about the uber-wealthy, it’s a canny fit.

    Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    Jill and Vanessa aren’t discovering anything that “Real Housewives” watchers didn’t notice many episodes ago. Still, it’s reassuring to know the network that created the beast can also be amused at its underside.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Ken Tucker

    Odd Mom Out is uneven but ultimately likable, and Kargman and Buckley have a nice chemistry as husband and wife.

    Yahoo TV Full Review
  • David Wiegand

    For all its cleverness, there’s a danger that Odd Mom Out has too narrow a focus, even for fans of “Real Housewives” shows. But in small doses, it’s funny enough.

    San Francisco Chronicle Full Review
  • Brian Lowry

    Kargman sells the bewilderment and exasperation well enough, but the series is as slim as its size-zero dresses. Moreover, there’s precious little sense of irony evident in a program that satirizes ostentatious displays of fabulousness on a channel that wallows in them elsewhere.

    Variety Full Review
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