Critic Consensus: Me, Myself & I's experimental format doesn't always work, but remains watchable thanks to the charming Bobby Moynihan and John Larroquette.
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as Alex Riley
as Older Alex Riley
as Young Alex Riley
as Adult Abby
as Young Abby
as Young Darryl
as Older Darryl
as Nose Puke
as Phil Ricozzi
as Kelly Frasier
as Japanese Investor
as Virtual Assistant
as Lunch Lady
as Stunt Coordinator
as Young Alex Stunt Double
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The opening episode is pleasant enough to watch, although not really very amusing. But the prospects for a sustainable series seem highly limited by all that unfolds here.
Good-hearted, a little too cloying, and the story flow needs polish. Of the three new CBS comedies this fall, this is the most promising.
Me, Myself, & I ... is easily the best fare of the night, and not just because the bar set by the rest of the shows is so low that a midget ant couldn't get under it.
Among the supporting players, Richards brings a fun, "1980s-movie best friend/devil-on-shoulder" energy as teen Alex's stepbrother, while it's White's job to help today's Alex avoid dire levels of patheticism.
This one could have been titled Life in Pieces, too, but it's funnier than that CBS comedy and more creative than Young Sheldon.
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