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Brooklyn nine-nine, can anyone actually tolerate Andy Samberg?

Discussion in 'Television' started by SpiceJunkie, Dec 28, 2017.

  1. SpiceJunkie

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    TBS has been flooding it's shows with ads for Brooklyn nine-nine lately. I don't know if this is the first time it's made it to syndication, but it's the first I've noticed anywhere I watch, other than ads for its current episodes. I can't fathom how Andy Samberg has a show he actually stars in. It's a shame that the hysterical Terry Crews' talents go to waste by being in the same show. Does anybody really find Samberg funny? In "that's my boy", he wasn't awful because his character was the straight man to sandlers idiot, and his lame humor wasn't featured, not that the movie itself was any good anyway, although there are worse Sandler films ( Jack and Jill..., most in last decade) . Anywhere else, hot rod, snl, pretty much any appearance he made, there was nothing remotely funny about him. The worst was the comedy central roast (If memory serves it was the one for James Franco, not 100% sure). I thought it was a dumb build up to something better but it never came. I understand everyone has their own sense of humor and we don't all find the same things funny, but I just don't get it. I can't figure out how anyone likes him.
     

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