Up All Night

Season 1 Episode 4

New Car

2
Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Oct 05, 2011 on NBC
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7.6
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Reagan's love for online shopping take a bizarre turn when she and Chris go search for a more practical family car than her current convertible. Chris then, aims to negotiate the perfect deal for the perfect new car that is safe but not boring. Meanwhile, Ava tries to incorporate more serious topics into her talk show.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Really funny!

    10
    This is the first episode hthat I watched with my full attention, having only half-heartedly tuned into the last couple, and this one actually blew me away! It was downright hilarious at times! Reagan's converstaions with the men in the cars stopped beside her are absolutely hilarious, and I thought it was just hilarious!



    There were heaps of great moments! There was a lot of laughing on my part! An d I think this was just a fantastic episode!



    Keep it up, Up All Night! I hope this show continues to impress!moreless
  • Crazy and funny

    9.0
    Regan and Chris are crazy. That's why I love this show. Ava is hilarious!
  • Chris and Reagan buy a new car.

    7.0
    Okay, maybe this wasn't the best episode of the show to date, but there's no denying that Arnett and Applegate still have an incredible amount of chemistry. These two actors make the show what it is, and Maya Rudolph is sort of an additional perk, one that doesn't always need to be present for the show to be good.

    This week, Chris and Reagan realize, after much struggling, that they need to sell Reagan's old convertible and get a safer car for kids. Reagan's upset, because with her old car, she felt like she was impressing everybody at stoplights with the way she looked like a mob boss with her big shades and blond hair. Applegate did fantastic here. Chris just wants to get a safer car, but their search for a safe car turns into a drunken look into Deloreans from Back to the Future and the A-Team van. They wake up in the morning and realize they bought a van off of an old Native American man (my favorite part of the episode, although it's a bit racist, comes when they see a hawk flying away and they believe the old man transformed into a bird and flew away).

    Ava's plot is a little less interesting. Okay, way less interesting. She wants her show to have more gravitas, so she invites an author who wrote a book about American economy to the show. The problem is, she has one night to read his whole book and talk about it and she doesn't want to. It's a stupid plot; it's proof that sometimes, the show doesn't need to come up with a bunch for Maya Rudolph to do. The show can work fine with Arnett and Applegate.

    I still think this is one of the better comedies this year and I look forward to seeing what there is next.moreless
  • A very funny episode.

    8.5
    The episode was great. honestly the best thing about this episode was the car part i love cars and especially cool cars and the way they made a uncool car look cool at the end made me wanna buy this car and make it just like the car they had although i like sports cars and havent driven a car except for asportscar i dunno why but i dont like any other kind of car. The episode had some ups and downs but it was funny the way they drank and bought a crap car by mistake i was expecting that but still it doesnt make it any less funny and the part when she couldnt read the books and went toVegasinstead was hilarious and when sheconfrontedthe writer on her show and made him admit that he was sexually abused in high school by the football team hilarious. I'm sorry for writing she and she and him but that is because i dont know their names yet but anyone who watches the show will know who im talking about i hope sorry again if my review didnt make any sense this is the first time i reviewed this show.moreless

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