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There's an inexplicably hypnotic appeal to the fabulously banal life of former '80s star Alan Thicke. The pilot, for instance, finds Thicke's third wife Tanya accusing him of hoarding useless industry swag, and it's Thicke's deadpan delivery and ultimate powerlessness to his niggling wife that is the stuff of a true lazy Sunday guilty pleasure. The beauty is that Thicke doesn't actually realize he's hilarious, especially when the topics are his loose grip on technology or his tight hold on the '80s. Big points go to savvy, fast-talking son Carter, who is just as entertaining as the (growing) pains of his old man. B
Mel's dad sends a racy photo to everyone involved in her state senate campaign. So, it's basically just like Scandal except, you know, basically not.
A member of the Arrow team gets sent to hospital. Did they remember to sign up for Obamacare?
Hate your job? Then you're going to loathe watching a bunch of folks who don't.