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drama.” The point here, people, is that a broadcast network is giving you two sitcoms early on a Thursday night — so why are the leads annoying?

She still drives an old-school custom van with cheesy paintings on it.

She still burps and says, “I had wine and cake for breakfast.” She still is often seen in shorts, which NBC has turned into an obsession.

Whether they get together next week or never is of almost no intrigue — and that’s a problem if you’ve structured your entire series around that idea.

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She’s a rebel — with a heart of gold (she basically plays social worker to the families who have kids, and she’s locked away the adults). See more From Tony Soprano to Walter White: TV’s Top 17 Anti-Heroes They are Andrew (Ben Feldman, quickly puts you to sleep with its far-fetched Hallmark-style romance. He pursues her, she resists, he keeps at it, eventually she sees the light.

It is trite and boring, has almost no movement or believability and, outside of Walsh’s legs, has not one thing to recommend it. See, Andrew saw Zelda long ago at a club and swooned over her. Now that they’ve met and work nearby, well it totally is fate, right? Apparently we are supposed to watch this relationship grow from chance meeting to, what, marriage in the fifth season?

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But here we are in the midst of the competitive and expansive fall TV season rollout, and NBC is offering two comedies for the general public’s consumption.