Danni advises A.J. to give up on his dream of being a ball player, while A.J. inspires Danni to pursue her passion as a singer. Meanwhile, Joy's involvement in an AIDS Walk brings up the issue of charity, and just how cheap Ben can be.
|Airs:||2015-6-23 at 10:00 pm|
While neither dialogue nor sitcom tropes could be called fresh, the pilot plays solid, relying on able actors to score under tight direction (James Widdoes).Newsday Full Review
The plots aren't strong.... Yet there are bright spots, mostly in the form of ol' George Wendt, as the shop's (gay) owner, and Lauren Lapkus, who bring some quirk to this stale comedy. [26 Jun 2015, p.55]Entertainment Weekly Full Review
Kohan and Mutchnick are skilled at twisting these TV tropes [unrequited love, unrealized dreams and friendly friction] into a world that feels comforting and friendly, if not completely new.The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
It breaks no new ground and offers viewers only another forgettable--if not unpleasant--half-hour of shtick.Boston Globe Full Review
All of the beats are overly familiar and the jokes are just as tired.Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Full Review