"Just Shoot Me" was one of the standout comedies in the network TV wasteland that was the mid-90s. It was like an American version of "Are You Being Served?" in its situations and character interaction, even going one up on the Brits by showing the staff's lives outside of Blush Magazine. David Spade proved he could be more than just Chris Farley's sidekick, and George Segal was also given a welcome return to TV.
In the end, NBC kept moving it around on the schedule and ultimately failed to promote what had been their most acclaimed post-Seinfeld sitcom. Much like ABC did with Drew Carey, NBC stopped caring about "Just Shoot Me". I never even saw an official finale.