We Are Men: Season 1 (2013)
Critic Consensus: We Are Men suffers from regressive bro humor and cliched midlife crisis jokes that are too shopworn to be enlivened by its talented cast.
Four single men bond at a short-term rental complex in this comedy series.
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We Are Men is The Little Rascals' "He-Man Woman Haters Club," expect the members are now "desperate and sad" man-children.
We Are Men joins the ranks of other recent sitcoms about arrested masculinity, following a foursome that's far more whiny than funny.
We're sure that legions of people will tune into anything starring Tony Shalhoub, but frankly, there have to be Monk reruns on somewhere that would be a better use of their time and energy.
What you're left with is a series that, while less repellent than the even-more-misogynistic Dads, is equally dull.
It's a hodge-podge of mediocrity designed to go down like a chewy children's vitamin - with, of course, the underlying message that women are all soul-sucking demons designed to prevent men from having any fun.
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