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Aug 28, 2013 7:29PM
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This has a chance if they let Williams improve like "Mork and Mindy".  Robin Williams is not funny with strict script or when he gets raunchy.  They had an hour of material and cut out the nasty in the 80s.  Robin Williams edited improve is the best.  When he goes too far with his beliefs and political platform. Yeech!
Aug 28, 2013 7:15PM
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Holy Crap!!!!  Could this Windows Phone ad be any more obnoxious??  As I pull the page down to read the script on the right side, the ad goes UP covering the story.  I will NEVER buy one of those crappy phones!!!!!@@!
Aug 28, 2013 9:06AM
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Is Robin Williams broke or bored? I really hope it works. If all the show will be is Robin Williams improv in a thin story line, it will be a colossal failure.  The premise is interesting in how many characters can come through the agency as clients. If Robin Williams can get enough talent to guest on the show and let them be funny, it may be a classic.
Aug 28, 2013 8:54AM
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You realize you have "Trophy Wife" as a Show to Watch and a Show to Avoid?
Aug 28, 2013 8:42AM
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The People that post all this Williams hate wouldn't know comedy if it bit them on the A$$. Williams is funnier in 30 seconds of ad-lib than most comedians are in their entire careers. That being said, this show has a high chance to tank, for the simple reason that the writers will try to "script" Williams' comedy rather than let him be spontaneous. Hopefully, they will prove me wrong.
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"The Crazy Ones" (CBS)

Robin Williams, in his first regular TV role since "Mork & Mindy," and Sarah Michelle Gellar play a father-and-daughter team who both work for the Chicago ad agency he runs in this new single-camera comedy from David E. Kelley ("Boston Legal"). The show is centered on the employees of the agency, including Hamish Linklater of "The New Adventures of Old Christine" and James Wolk, who is hot off his role as Bob Benson on last season's "Mad Men." Though the pairing of Williams and Gellar may seem unlikely, it may prove sublime when combined with the writing of Kelley, who has created more hit TV shows than almost anybody.

Fun fact: Singer Kelly Clarkson guest stars in the pilot.

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