John Doyle of the Globe and Mail visits the set of jPod:
- Filming jPod: Weird, for sure, but time will tell if it’s funny
“I ask [Alan] Thicke what kind of comedy he’s involved with here. How would he describe it? ‘This comedy is avant-garde,’ he says emphatically. ‘It’s like Weeds or Arrested Development. It’s family fun gone bad.'”
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