The Good: It's Modern Family when it was good! The blended family sitcom is not only a delightful romp, but it has already fleshed out its large ensemble beyond their stereotypes (icy first ex-wife, loony second ex-wife, third trophy wife). Plus: Albert Tsai is the show's undisputed breakout star. Just watch him cook salmon or take one right in the uterus.
The Bad: Meg, Kate's BFF, is a nice thread to Kate's pre-marriage, party-girl life (and we loved seeing her play beer pong with Diane), but her appearances can feel out of place and forced. And then there's the show's title, which probably overestimates the general public's enjoyment of irony.
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