Norm Henderson is an ex-hockey player who was banned from hockey for life for gambling and tax evasion. Now he must do five years of community service as a social worker, or go to prison. ... See full summary »
He's a comic. A husband. A dad. An American. And on top of it all, he's hilarious. Steve Byrne brings his signature style to Chicago with an all-new comedy special that holds no punches, calls it like it is and tells the damn jokes.
This show is not for children. Very adult-themed humor.
I enjoyed the politically incorrect humor. But there is nothing funny about animal abuse! The second episode shows 2 chickens brought in the room in cages. That made me uncomfortable. Couple scenes later two of the actors are holding the chickens and nudging them together, simulating the start of a fight. I almost puked.
I had to delete the rest of that show and the other episodes off my DVR. I wish there was more outrage in the media about this. If one person gets an idea to start animal fights because of that show, it will be a mortal sin.
I rate the show about a 7 before those scenes came on. minimum of ten lines of text to post a review huh? Well, I think all the actors are funny enough and the characters each have their dysfunctions to provide the humor. If the actors, director, writers, producers, and/or network don't issue an apology for crossing the line,I'll never watch this show again. I like the Korean actors and the EMT lady; I'll have to find out what other things they've done. Doesn't Christine Ebersole's character look just like Sharon Gless's from Burn Notice?
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