Down Home Where Everything Is Bright And Sunny
The cozy homes, manicured lawns and the silence are what initially drive Tessa to long for her version of New York. It is the moms though that seem to push her over the edge—like alien creatures embodying everything sunny, smile-y and possibly superficial about suburbia. Her scathing observations are funny and true, and though we laugh, we sympathize with the fact that she actually does have to live there. From the get-go, George is sweet and bumbling—obviously good-intentioned but is just as discombobulated by the suburbs and their relationship will be a lot of quick zingers and moments of awwwwww. It’ll also be great fun to watch George probably find a match in the bizarre ‘burbs. The people they meet in Chatswin are both hard to pin down and horrifyingly familiar. Mother and daughter, Dallas (Cheryl Hines) and Dalia (Carly Chaikin) are blonder than they are street smart and Noah (Alan Tudyk,) an old College buddy of George will help him assimilate into a tan and blonde suburban dad.
As they make friends and otherwise, this fish out of water sitcom will keep you laughing with its razor sharp dialogue and relatable situations. Catch its premiere on 2nd Avenue on June 24 at 8:30pm.