The Crazy Ones

CBS (ended 2014)



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Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar star as father and daughter in this sitcom set in their advertising agency, Lewis, Roberts & Roberts.  Simon is a creative genius, while Sydney is more professional and ambitious.  Their team consists of womanising copywriter, Zach (James Wolk), neurotic art director Andrew (Hamish Linklater) and attractive assistant, Lauren (Amanda Setton).

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  • Not "Crazy funny" but deserved a second season

    The show was good, it wasn't making you laugh every 2 minute but definitely ensured a smile. Sarah Michelle Gellar was awesome, I do not understand how come she does not star in more TV shows? she excels greatly at comedy. Robin Williams was fine and overall other actors were also good. CBS did come up with 3 single camera shows and cancellation of all 3 and renewal of "mom" suggests that they will stick to "laugh tracks" which is good sign. But "crazy ones" was way better than "Two and half men' which should have died long back with "Charlie Harper".moreless
  • Why this show was canceled...

    I had really high hopes here, and it looked good on paper, but the fact is that Robin Williams' outdated act overshadows a highly talented Sarah Michelle Gellar, who did her best with what was given her. This show tried too hard to be like "The Office" in my opinion. Sarah deserved a better vehicle for her post-Buffy return to TV where her skills could be showcased better. Sorry, Robin, but it's not the 80s anymore. I gave it a 3 because that's how many times I actually laughed during the 6 episodes I watched before bailing.moreless
  • I can't believe it's been cancelled!

    i love this show, and I hope it gets a new lease of life on Netflix or Amazon.
  • Really want to see more

    Few ep (13-14)
  • Gone and probably forgotten...

    I was looking forward to this show when it premiered. A long-time Robin Williams fan, think Sarah Michelle Gellar is lovely, and I'm in the communication/marketing/PR business and was looking for some fun satires of the agency biz. Despite all that, the show stopped clicking for me after a few episodes. It was unclear what kind of comedy it wanted to be--family comedy? Workplace comedy? As with many of the great comedies MASH), it tried to interject some drama aging, the legacy of divorced parents, how to handle defeat, but didn't really do so well. After awhile the comedy (even Williams' riffs) became predictable. There seemed to be some promising plot lines developing toward the end--Mary Lou Henner as Sydney's mom--but it was too little, too late. The show jumped the shark for me in the "book burning party" for a library episode--that plot line was ripped off from an actual campaign for a library in Troy, Michigan. I was looking for advertising satire, but when you use actual campaigns in the plot line (without giving credit, as far as I could see), the show becomes more industry report than satire. If I wanted to see Mad Men, I would switch stations. So--RIP "The Crazy I hope to see some of the good looking cast in other shows where the parts work together better.moreless

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    • Canceled
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    • 1x07: Sydney, Australia
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    • Pilot
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