Tribeca is a satirical look at a police procedural anchored by Angie Tribeca (Rashida Jones), a 10-year veteran of the LAPD. The single-camera comedy explores an eccentric but brilliant group of people who investigate crime, reveal way too much personal information, and refuse to rest until justice has been served …
Phoebe lived on the street. Okay? Plus, she’s got this crazy temper.
Mama Pope Speaks! Khandi Alexander Spills Five Amazing Scandal Confessions - And Why Lisa Kudrow Is Scared of Her on Set
Such a shame you couldn’t get on a good show that people actually talk about or tweet about.
Ha! I know. It’s just wonderful. Everyone has been so welcoming and I am such a huge fan of theirs, I really am. And above and beyond everything else, the most amazing thing is that I got to Meet. Lisa. Kudrow. Oh my god! I’m such a big fan of HERS. You have no idea.
Oh yes. I told her. I said, ‘Lisa, you have understand, I love The Comeback. I still watch it as if it’s still on TV. Why isn’t it still on?!’ I’m telling you, every time she saw me coming, she probably wanted to run the other way, because it was all I could talk about.
You have amazing taste.
Right? And I had a very Valerie Cherish (Kudrow’s Comeback character) moment in my career. I booked this great job and I looked fabulous that day and then I got there and then all of a sudden they put me in the auntie outfit. It was a movie. They even had one of the actresses refer to me as an auntie! I was appalled!
I’m watching The Comeback with Lisa Kudrow because everyone says it was one of those shows that was amazing and just didn’t get picked up because it was so ahead of its time and they
It’s just like the early seasons of The Office or even a little bit like Veep or The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret and it’s just so funny and smart in that uncomfortable way but more than anything else it’s just GOOD. Like it is a really well-done show. And it sucks that shows like that get cancelled after one season.
In last week’s episode, “Icarus,” Lisa Kudrow’s Josie made fangirls out of many viewers by pointing out the latent sexism of the journalists who interview and comment about her, even as she was manipulated by Olivia and her co-workers. It was classic Scandal, giving us something to cheer for while exposing the corrupt, crumbling truth within.
There’s something my grandmother used to do whenever I’d start dating someone. I would tell her his name and then she would say “Oh, what part of town does he live in?”. That was her way of asking if my boyfriend was white. Oh yeah, my grandmother was an out-and-out racist, I know what prejudice looks like. [x]