There are some people — okay, lots of people — who consider the return of Logo’s atrociously written yet oddly watchable comedy further proof that summer TV is a complete wasteland. Right as they may be, they’re missing the point: Irreverent, cheeky, and wholly ridiculous, Noah’s Arc never pretends to be more than a wispy lark about the romantic lives of a group of gay black friends with a penchant for silly catchphrases and idiotic wardrobes. While it lacks subtlety — is the ”fourgy” reference really necessary? — at least the show’s heart is in the right place.
Noah's Arc There are some people — okay, lots of people — who consider the return of Logo's atrociously written yet oddly watchable comedy further...Noah's ArcDrama There are some people — okay, lots of people — who consider the return of Logo's atrociously written yet oddly watchable comedy further...2006-08-11
Genre: Drama; Broadcaster: LOGO; Status: In Season
Posted August 11 2006 — 12:00 AM EDT
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