The show's popularity is primarily attributed to Zendaya's involvement, but its quality falls short due to poor writing.
You're the Worst: A life-changing show that provided valuable insights into emotional well-being and left me eager to rewatch it
The show started off decently, but quickly descended into typical nerd-bashing, losing its comedic essence and resorting to shallow pop culture references and mean-spirited humor.
The racism episode stands out as a remarkable highlight on TV, showcasing the show's excellence. While the rest of the series is also exceptional, that particular episode reached its peak.
I don't understand the hype around Friends. While it's not terrible, I personally find it painfully unfunny and fail to comprehend the widespread love and praise it receives.
1870s San Francisco, Chinese gangs, Irish conflict, Bruce Lee's inspiration—a thrilling Deadwood-Tarantino blend and the best since Breaking Bad.
While the show may have been average, Jenna Ortega's incredible acting elevated its quality significantly.
I wish this show had more popularity, so I could freely use phrases like 'Roof stoof' and 'Sloppy yabbos' without receiving confused looks. The Bro Code episode also offers great potential for memes.
While many people love this show, all I seem to encounter when I attempt to watch it are actors crying to popular music.