Notes from the Underbelly

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ABC (ended 2008)

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Notes from the Underbelly
8.3
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Meet Andrew and Lauren. They just found out that they are having a baby. They are about to deal with a lot of changes, first being lying to everyone about being pregnant for the first three months until it's safe to tell people but they are having a difficult time keeping it secret. People are going to get suspicious when Lauren suddenly switches to decaf, suddenly stops drinking at cocktail parties, and starts going to the obgyn...a lot. They are both about to learn that the politics of parenthood can be just as demanding as raising a child.

They're going to have to deal with their's, competitives, but well-meanings, friends' strange "advice" about their relationship. Are they both ables to resist that pressure and create a family?
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  • This show will make you laugh out loud.

    8.8
    From watching the commercials for this new series, I was not sure if it would be something I would be interested in watching. I myself have not had any children, though many of my closest friends have, so I thought why not check it out and see what it is all about. From the experiences of those I know who have gone through pregnancy, I saw how this show really captures the thought process of finding out that you are pregnant and weighing the pros and cons of the situation. It had me laughing hysterically. This is definitely a show that I would recommend to people if they are in the mood for a good laugh.moreless
  • I adore Cooper. I lover her dry, witty remarks. Julie is a little annoying and a bit OCD, just like my roomie. I hope this show lasts for quite a long time.moreless

    2.3
    I thought it was wonderful. Something new and quirky! I admit its not hilarious but at least there is some dry humor in this, something I have not seen much of in new shows. I adore Cooper. I lover her dry, witty remarks. Julie is a little annoying and a bit OCD, just like my roomie. I hope this show lasts for quite a long time. I adore Cooper. I lover her dry, witty remarks. Julie is a little annoying and a bit OCD, just like my roomie. I hope this show lasts for quite a long time. I adore Cooper. I lover her dry, witty remarks. Julie is a little annoying and a bit OCD, just like my roomie. I hope this show lasts for quite a long time.moreless
  • This show is about as great as all those Erectile Disfunction commercials you are seeing on TV now.

    2.7
    I'm a fan of Comedy. A big one. Seinfeld, Arrested Development, Married with Children, all wonderful shows that have made me laugh for years. I will admit that the occasional episode of friends has cracked smiles here and there. This show? I've watched quite a few episodes of it because of its timeslot right next to the Office (another one of my favorites) and I have not laughed. Once. It's a cookie cutter NBC show that they are using to try to appeal to a specific audience. Namely, the people who are (or have) gone through child birth. The jokes are stale, the situations seem forced, and I can't see a deep lifespan for this show considering that all the major female characters will be "pregnant" by the time the second season hits.moreless
  • Great show, not to be missed.

    10
    I saw the first episode and when the opening line is "that's my wife, she is a pain in the ass but I love her." you know you are glued. If you have children, you can totally relate to this show. All the craziness going on while being pregnant all the way to delivery is hilariously portrayed in this show. Not to mention the how relationships with friends and family change. This show is definitely a comedy but oddly very true when it pertains to real life.



    The show provides a fantastic depiction of a single guy, single career oriented woman, married couple with a newborn, and a newly pregnant married couple and how a baby changes everything.moreless
  • Incredibly Funny

    10
    This show is hillarious. I can not stop laughing when ever I watch it.

    Cooper is probably my favorite character. She is deffinatley opionated, and out there. I liked when she and Juile were trying to get Lauren to either quit her job or keep it.

    Juile is definitely ready to be a mom, and it is really funny how she is helping Lauren with her pregnancy.

    Danny is a stereotypical batchelor. I thought it was great when he reused Andrew and Lauren's hotel room and the card said I can't wait for you to be the mother of my child.

    Andrew I believe is really ready for this kid and willing to give up almost anything for them.

    Lauren I also believe is ready to have the baby. I think that when she took her drivers test and sped into the drive through, and how she keeps eating the pregnancy pops is really funny.moreless
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    Comedy

    Themes

    becoming a father, ensemble cast, buddies and gal pals, dumb friends, cool parents