Melissa & Joey

Season 1 Episode 8

Dancing With the Stars of Toledo

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Sep 28, 2010 on ABC Family
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Melissa accepts an invitation to dance for charity, but when she confesses she can't dance, Joey agrees to help her and even be her partner for the event.

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    4.0
    A very unoriginal and cliche comedy coming from ABC Family. I honestly think that ABC Family should stick with dramas and reruns of canceled shows because they're are nt good with comedies. They have had some okay comedies in the past like "Ruby & The Rockits" but it was still a pretty weak comedy, that's why it got canceled. But this comedy is no better, the comedy feels forced, and everything this show has done has been done before and this episode is a perfect example of that. We've also got an over the top cliche unrealistic plot with the tango dancing. I guarantee you will hardly laugh from this comedy that might as well be a spinoff of the movie "My Fake Fiance" also on ABC Family.



    Maybe has some potential in the future but I really don't see this show surviving past season one, but who knows it could get better.moreless

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    • Ryder: It's just that history has nothing to do with my life. Why do I have to do a stupid oral report on things that happened so long ago?
      Joey: American history's important, dude. What are you guys workin on?
      Ryder: The 1980's
      Joey: 198... tha... seriously? The 1980's, that's history now?
      Ryder: yeah, hey, you were alive way back then, what was it like?
      Joey: It was brutal, man, brutal. We sat around the fire in our caves just waiting for the cell phone to be invented.
      Ryder: How'd you text people?
      Joey: You know it was crazy man, back then when we had meaningless information, we just kept it to ourselves.

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