Thursday, December 6, 2018

COMEDY WEDNESDAY: FULLER HOUSE SEASON 4 TRAILER AND POSTER ARE HERE! BRENT MORIN TO LEAD NBC'S NEW DEPARTMENT STORE SITCOM! NBC DEVELOPING SAVE THE DELI MULTICAM SITCOM!

   NEW NBC MULTICAM SITCOMS
BRENT MORIN'S STORE SITCOM
Brent Morin returns to TV after Undateable
Comedy all the way today! We fell in love with him in one of TV's most original sitcoms Undateable, and now the ever so talented and charming Brent Morin is coming back as the star and co writer of new NBC multi camera sitcom in which he will play Andy Hewitt who, in a desperate attempt to prove himself to his family after losing his dream job, has no choice but to take a retail job at the world’s most fashionable department store.

SAVE THE DELI  
Speaking of stores and comedies, NBC is also developing multicam sitcom SAVE THE DELI based on David Sax' book which centres around a  young woman, who much to the shock of her family, friends and mostly herself, becomes the new owner of her Chicago family deli after her grandfather dies. Naturally, her very opinionated staff and family members make the job unbearable since they all have conflicting ideas of how to save the deli.

   'FULLER HOUSE'
HAPPINESS IS BACK WITH SEASON FOUR TRAILER!
Netflix has released a trailer for the fourth season of their much loved family sitcom FULLER HOUSE which returns December 14th! With new showrunners, the comedy will  pick up with Danny (Bob Saget), Joey (Dave
Fuller House returns with Season 4 December 14th at Netflix
Coulier), Jesse (John Stamos) and Rebecca (Lori Loughlin) all moving back to San Francisco where DJ (Candace Cameron Bure) and Steve
The first episode will be a Christmas set one!
(Scott Weinger) are enjoying love as a couple. The season will also follow Jackson’s (Michael Campion) burgeoning romance and the pregnancy of
As always the new season will feature dance and singing numbers!
Kimmy (Andrea Barber) who is carrying a baby for Stephanie (Jodie Sweetin) and Jimmy (Adam Hagenbuch)! Juan Pablo Di Pace, Soni Nicole Bringas, Elias Harger, John Brotherton, Ashley Liao also star.

14 comments:

  1. "Save the Deli" sounds like it could have some potential. The others do not.

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    1. Methinks everything with Brent Morin has potential, he is amazing!

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  2. Your 'today's offer' is a good one - two lovely comedies!

    Delicatessen and the trend for a slim, healthy body don't go well together , and create many comic situations. It's good that we can laugh about these things, in our effort 'to save the deli' cosummerism.

    I've 'trained' myself to look those goodies 'in the eye', and walk past them. It's not easy, and it's not that I wish to be slim; I just want to be able to walk on my feet.

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    1. We do love comedies, my rule is - at least two sitcoms a week and you won't be sick!
      I'm a vegetarian, so I've given up on delicatessen long time ago. It is better to eat to live not to live to eat.

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  3. I totally agree with 'eat to live not live to eat.'
    Vegetarianism is probably best(I'm almost there myself). However, nuts, avocado, hummus, tahine, tofu and other popular non-animal products are rich in calories and therefore should be eaten sparingly as they add to body weight.
    The above are considered healthy products, but being overweight is not healthy.

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    1. My diet mostly consists of boiled veggies, fresh fruit and seeds.... a bird diet :) I do love smoked tofu a few times a month, but I prefer lentils, beans, peas, millet, and such things. I also eat sesame, flax, chia, sunflower and pumpkin seeds on a daily basis, usually as a spread for my morning toast with some coconut oil. Haven't eat any meat in more than a decade, probably even longer. And I ditched most of the dairy too last year.

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  4. Hurray for Fuller House making a return. I admit, I questioned them reviving it in the beginning, but it's one of my new favorite sitcoms. The trailer tells me that this season will not disappoint either.

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    1. the only thing I don't like is that the parents and uncles are moving in with them... I always thought the episodes with them were weak and kinda meh... I think the girls work better alone with kids. Uncle Joey is especially annoying. He used to be my fave character in the old show, but now he and his kids just wreck my nerves.

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    2. For sure! Uncle Joey I wish they would fix that character. Totally annoying. I think their dad is a bit annoying too, but we always love to see Uncle Jesse. Like Rob Low, they are 80's/90's icons that NEVER AGE!

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    3. yes, Bob Saget was hot and charming as dedicated dad in the old series, now he is just weird and not very natural. My fave are DJ, Jackson, Steve and Kimmy Gibbler's hot brother :) The rest of the cast annoys me. The middle son and that Ramona gurl are horrid little actors, but tolerable.

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    4. I can't get enough of Jackson. He makes me giggle in every episode.

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    5. he is delightful, and I like his personality in the show. At first I did not like his new gurlfriend, but now she's growing on me as she seems to be a good type for him :) DJ won't be happy, though, given she's the daughter of her mortal enemy :) I also like the lil' girlfriend of DJ's youngest son Max. The only one I could not stand was Ramona's Popko.

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GIVE SOME LOVE TO YOUR DEZZY :)