More like, do not disturb me! I have to be honest. I love the art of television and movies, so I am likely to love anything. I did not love “Do Not Disturb,” and I never thought I would, in fact I was thinking it would bore me to tears. I also didn’t hate it, because lets be honest, I really don’t hate ANYTHING. I’ll tell you why…
If it was up to me, in all honesty, I couldn’t come close to how they did this episode. And for that, I have to give it credit. For most critics, they would be saying this show is one of the worst shows on network TV, and that it’s not even funny. I agree, actually, to a degree. It wasn’t that funny, but I could see what they were going for, and that kept me from turning off the TV. It is, however, probably one of network TV’s weaker shows, and I probably won’t be watching many more.
It wasn’t so clear as to what it is actually about. I’m pretty sure it had something to do with managing a hotel, but I can’t be positive. The truth is, it really doesn’t matter. Being about a hotel adds nothing to the plot of the show, which inevitably is nothing more than to try and make you laugh.
I might check back with the show next week, I might just skip it, who knows? Peace out.