The New Normal
It’s the best episode of The New Normal this season, which is surprising since it deals with death – on this, a series that has its premise deeply entrenched in the creation of life. It’s that dichotomy that makes “Dog Children” so emotionally resonant.
Check out the recap and review of The New Normal – Season 1 Episode 16 – Dog Children:
Well, that was a strange episode of The New Normal. It wasn’t exactly bad, but it was certainly the show straying from the formula that has made it so effective in the past. But hey, who cares, John Stamos is back!
Will Jane finally get together with Bryce?
Check out the recap and review of The New Normal – Season 1 Episode 16 – Dairy Queen:
John Stamos, a man for all seasons and a minor Greek god of some sort, braved the early stages of the flu to take part in a brief conference call to discuss his guest role in tonight’s The New Normal.
What does he have to say about show creator Ryan Murphy? Or about making out with Ellen Barkin? And what Ryan Murphy show did he regrettably pass on a lead role in?
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The New Normal stakes its claim as NBC’s best new comedy with an episode that best exemplifies everything the show has to offer, resulting in the best episode of the season so far.
(Hmm, that’s a lot of “bests”. I might be overselling it a bit. But hey, any show that has a joke about what BS it is that Crash beat Brokeback Mountain for the Oscar probably deserves the praise)
Check out the recap and review of The New Normal – Season 1 Episode 13 – Stay-at-Home Dad:
Matthew Bomer has taken the leap from White Collar to Magic Mike and now to The New Normal, playing Bryan’s hard-partying ex-boyfriend, Monty. And his goals clash pretty significantly with Bryan and Dave’s, threatening to ruin their carefully-laid plans for the future.
Check out the recap and review of The New Normal – Season 1 Episode 12 – Winter Premiere – The Goldie Rush: