Up All Night

Season 1 Episode 3

Working Late and Working It

Aired Thursday 8:30 PM Sep 28, 2011 on NBC
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Episode Summary

Chris aggravates Reagan when he asks her to dress up for him at home. Meanwhile, Ava is heartbroken over the marriage of her ex-boyfriend and "Soulmate" B-Ro. She is even more upset when she learns that Reagan broke them up. Reagan helps Ava realize B-Ro is toxic, and Ava points out how lucky Reagan is to have Chris.moreless

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  • Pretty good again.

    Just like last week's episode, this one shows a lot of potnetial and was entertaining without being overly enjoyable. There were some really funny moments, that's for sure, but still the episode could probably have been a little funier. If it gets a fraction funnier, I'd be scoring it a 10/10.

    Character development continues nicely, and I can't wait to see what's up ahead next!
  • "The underwear maker plays tennis."

    The third episode of "Up All Night" was certainly the funnest one and the most impressive in terms of laughs. It all depends on what you want out of the show; for instance, this episode was a bit on the absurd side, while the other episodes were a bit more realistic. For me, as long as the show doesn't stray too far into the ridiculous category, I'll be happy.

    This episode focuses mainly on Chris and his attempts to get his sex life back on track with Reagan. It's a typical plot point for sitcoms and I've seen it multiple times in all sorts of different shows, but what made this one work was the fact that Chris had a friend played by Will Forte here. Forte and Arnett work out perfectly here, with Forte suggesting that they access Arnett's underwear situation to see why he's not getting any. There's a great sight gag of Arnett and Forte high fiving each other in their underwear in the middle of Chris' living room.

    Meanwhile, Reagan has to deal with Ava's latest fallout. This time, she finds out her ex is marrying somebody besides her and that infuriates her. The problem is, the ex is an ex-boy band singer named B. Ro who has a greasy ponytail, seems to hate women and cheats a lot. B. Ro is played by Jorma Taccone, one of the guys from The Lonely Island, but he doesn't mesh well with the show. They should've gotten a different actor or changed the role all together. It had a few laughs, but the were a bit broad. It felt like an un-used SNL skit overall.

    But "Up All Night" has gone from a pretty good sitcom to a must-see TV show, at least for me. The show is finding its footing and I'm excited to see where they go next.moreless
  • Hate the pathetic broken heart old woman plots...

    SO basically the whole eva broken heart thing its lame, i mean its pathetic .. how old is she? like 40ish?? and still stuck on some ... old lame love... i mean it was something that mightve broken down by them having to live in different parts of the world. it be prolly something more decent..

    now i wouldve gave this show a plain 2 or 3 if it wouldnt been for the lil comedy of the actual baby couple.... which wasnt really... too muchmoreless

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