There were a few funny moments, very few, but overall it seemed like this show was trying to be something that it's not - the next groundbreaking show from FOX. First, I hate over narrated shows - and this show was very much over narrated. One of the main problems I had w/ the show is that it doesn't/won't appeal to a broad audience because of being centered around the late 50's or early 60's. That was the time of the civil rights era when there wasn't alot of interaction between whites and blacks. A show based around that time can work as a drama or something serious, but how will they overcome this obstacle w/ a TV comedy? How do they plan on integrating minorities in the show? Anyway, I feel that the audience for this show will become alienated really quick. I could be wrong w/ all of this, but we'll see. Good luck FOX.