Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Dads Continues its Impressive Hilarious Antics with Eli Nightingale, Episode 13


Dads
The series was created by Alec Sulkin and Wellesley Wild, and follows Warner and Eli, two successful video game developers whose lives are unexpectedly changed when their fathers move in with them. 

Dads continues to impress me more and more. Last episode may have been maybe the most funny episode. It is a series that truly pokes fun of every and all stereotypes. This also includes preconceptions of social groups in society.

Eli (Seth Green) and Warner (Giovanni Ribisi) are a perfect example of just with the fact that they are game developers and they both carry qualities of being nerdy which is what a game developer is usually labeled as but going beyond that there is actual hilarious antics going on! Just with last week's episode Warner acted so gay or feminine and then he is diagnosed by his doctor as having apparently very low level of testosterone which is a measure of what make would make a man well a man. He is given pills to increase his levels and acts like he is following his doctor's order until we see that he knows how he is like and would rather be more feminine. His wife Camilla (Vanessa Lachey) insists while he defiantly continues to stick by his own rules.

Despite hearing news of how some view Dads as offensive have to say these comments are completely unfounded. After all this is a comedy and you can see that when you watch it. Another thing is that Edna is obviously a stereotypical illegal immigrant working maid but even so it is not offensive. The dialogue never suggests that Edna or any other character is being attacked if anything it is merely poking fun and shouldn't be taken so strongly. The Entertainment should be taken into account since this is what is labeled as a sitcom so the fact that some view it as offensive then they are obviously mistaken on what genre of entertainment this is. Comedy pure and simple.

Currently even my own smaller brother has seen Mister Edna Episode 12 and was quite engrossed. It only makes up my mind that Dads really has an amazing touch to it. It draws viewers in despite its target range of the 18-48 year old demographic. My brother being younger than that so Dads truly shows itself to be a very addicting TV treat.

New Episode tonight! Eli Nightingale on FOX (Thanks to FOX for getting this TV show on their lineup) at 8pm/7c on Tuesdays. Airing Tonight!



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