Critic Consensus: Impastor wastes a talented cast on a story that feels like one long, badly written joke straining for controversy without delivering a decent punchline.
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Clearly, we're meant to root for [Buddy] to find redemption, but the trick will be to tolerate him, and the show, long enough to see change begin to happen.
In its effort to become hipper and edgier, TV Land happily has not abandoned "likable."
Rosenbaum has an amusing moment or two, but nothing to make anyone grin with the stereotypical wideness of the church's gay staffer.
Now and then, Impastor shows traces of sentimentality, which is fine in a comedy that otherwise seems to be trying to prove how naughty it is. Sentimental naughtiness is probably the essence of a lovable rogue.
Series creator Christopher Vane's producing credits reach back to HBO's '90s single-camera pioneer Dream On, and that tonal style is the trick here -- blending edgy adult content with comfy comic familiarity.
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