In its second season, this show has totally found its voice and a very large audience. It's fabulous. So well written and so well acted. It's a slice of pop culture heaven that for me is just so relevant right now that I am making it appointment television.
What do I love the most? The show leaves no part of our culture unturned. Equal opportunity insults across all ethnicities, political views, genders, orientations, religions affiliations - you name it. No one is left off the list.
And while the jokes are generally based on stereotypes, they are hysterical. And you don't feel bad laughing because they hit everyone. There's no predujice.
And in the end, there is actually acceptance of the diversity in us all. There's an incredible realization that we really are more alike than different, and that we are all in it together.
We are all equal - equal in our differences and in our insecurities, faults, and human-ness. We are one big modern family. Now that's a message for any show in any season.
What's your experience? Jim.