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The Game - Season 1 (2006)


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A spinoff of Girlfriends (2000) featuring a group of women who all have relationships with professional football players.
Salim Akil, Kenny Smith Jr., Bille Woodruff
30 min
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Although played on potentially fertile turf... "The Game" feels pretty artificial and stages all its action near midfield.
January 13, 2020
Chicago Tribune
Mowry herself is charming and capable, and Wendy Raquel Robinson has some fine moments as the mother-manager, but it's clear that The Game is to be played on the surface of these potentially interesting lives.
October 23, 2018
Los Angeles Times
As a been-there football wife, Kelly boasts she can get through a "Vogue, a People, and two Ebonys by halftime." I wondered about those two Ebonys, since Kelly is the designated hot blond co-lead, but mostly I just heard the strained writing.
January 13, 2020
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
The Game lacks the relationships that made "Girlfriends" a qualified UPN hit and the comedy to make it much of anything for The CW.
October 23, 2018
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
The humor is dull, the characters are going to grate on you, and their men might as well be cut from recycled cardboard.
March 05, 2019
Deseret News (Salt Lake City)
There are more laughs if you switch to NBC's coverage of real football.
January 13, 2020
USA Today
It just isn't funny. At all. Ever. Whatever else we may ask of sitcoms, they should at least be required to make us laugh somewhere along the half-hour line.
October 23, 2018
San Francisco Chronicle
The Game commits all the sins you can imagine in a poorly conceived sitcom. It goes for laughs and sap, the world's most dangerous and noxious combination. It's also not funny, believable, interesting or, as previously mentioned, inspired.
October 23, 2018
Boston Globe
This new CW series cranks out brash jokes that evaporate upon hitting the air, winds them into situations where women submit to their men, and leaves no aftertaste when it's gone. It's on TV, but it's never truly on.
October 23, 2018
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