'Are You There, Chelsea?' Star Laura Prepon Compares New NBC Show To 'Cheers'
If you're a fan of Chelsea Handler and have read any of her bestselling books -- "Are You There, Vodka? It's Me Chelsea," especially -- you likely already know that her life and writing have inspired a new show, " Are You There, Chelsea? " . Unfortunately, I should also warn you that the show is not very funny.
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#1 Feb 11, 2012
not funny and it follows on the funniest sitcom in re-run with one of its stars that does not have that vehicle of an established ensemble in the eponymous '70s for a backdrop.
I watch it with hope; but I haven't found the handle yet.
Hope the "shark jump" is soon and they make that wicked maneuver.
So far it's escaped me; I just discovered "That '70s Show" myself, so, I'll continue to explain it as I just don't "get it".
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