I'm getting to be more on the fence about "2 Broke Girls". I've sometimes seen it, but cannot bring myself to tune in for it as often. I still suppose in some ways it can be kind of funny and appealing, but I'm finding it to be more sterotype.
This is yet another one of those single friends shows that rather potrays single persons in a sterotypical way. Not all single people are like that or live that way in general, much less in New York.
This is why I'm on mixed fences about a lot of the cbs sitcomes these days, with this one, "How I Met Your Mother", even "Mike and Molly" is wearing thin really fast.
I'm just not in to this type of stuff that is not realistic and potrays any persons, married, coupled, or single in very steretype ways. We do not all just sit on our asses and goof around on week days, and goof off at the bars and night clubs every night until 5 a.m. in the moring.
cbs more than ever these days are overkill on allthese couple dating sitcoms, which are weraing thin more and more, with the same thing repeated over and over,. The demegraphic could be more easlily mixed in with a family sitcom.
abc has "The Middle", Modern Family", and that new one "Last Man Standing". At least those are good quality sitcoms that are more realistic, have better appeal, and even the stretched stoylines they will also do are better than the ones they come up with on cbs. Maybe if cbs would come up with even one family oriented sitcom, that would be a break through improvement on their part. abc has the single friend sitcoms like "Happy Endings", and "Don't Trust THe b" [only a little far less sterotype] but also have those great family sitcoms as well.
What I'm getting at is it's better to have at least a good combination of the two, with both some single friend sitcoms and good quality family sitcoms.
This is why I think abc should be teaching cbs a thing or two about how to develop good quality sitcoms.