From Dan Owen of Obsessed with Film:
- TV Review: GOOD DOG, 1.1 – “Pilot”
Nothing about Good Dog worked for me, on every meaningful level. There was zero chemistry between Finkleman and Smith as lovers (which gave the whole show a weird, detached feel), and it made no sense that George would believe anyone would be interested in watching his life on TV. I mean, seriously, what precedent is there for people wanting to watch the daily routine of a miserable, middle-aged writer-actor? People typically want to watch vapid glamour models and hunky popstars. Read more.
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