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Iglesias is no great actor, but neither was Gabe Kaplan, and "Welcome Back, Kotter" worked just fine. So does this.
Would I like for Mr. Iglesias to be funnier? Or, at times, especially funny at all? Yes. But I'm a sucker for "well-meaning," especially when it's warm and inclusive.
Every bit the conventional multicamera sitcom that "Kotter" was. Take away the dating-app jokes, and the humor is, if anything, blander and more predictable, the jokes more obvious, the reaction shots more ubiquitous.
Throwback sitcom has lovable characters, some mature humor.
Mr. Iglesias, takes what "Fluffy" fans love best about comedian Gabriel Iglesias and surrounds that personality with a brilliant cast.
Mr. Iglesias is a classic sitcom you can watch with your family and get some good laughs along the way, thanks to Iglesias and the show's fine cast.
Audience Reviews for Mr. Iglesias: Part 1
Dec 25, 2020All the kids' acting is bad
Dec 23, 2020Fluffy and all the cast of this great show, will keep you laughing. From Gabes sidekick Tony to know it all Marisol, you'll love it all. So do yourself a favour and watch it!
Dec 18, 2020Marisol is annoying...Jokes and political topics are brought up just to be contradicted later on on the show. The acting is almost as if they were reading off of cue cards. The only one that is a saving grace is Gabriel and that's an overstatement..
Dec 10, 2020Gabriel Iglesias shines as the only bright spot in this overly political show. Politics doesn't equal comedy.
Nov 08, 2020So up until the half of season one i honestly havent had laughed this hard in years but in the second part social justice slowly creeps in and ruins this show completely in season 2, season 2 is unwatchable. And the amount of whita bashing that Abby gets its just too plain obviously malicious. Im really really sad because i was truly invested in this show but have no desire to ever watch anything from netflix again after this cultural appropriating, white bashing, racist feminist plagued show.
Sep 20, 2020the first season was a bit of a surprise, a good one. It is a naive story, no sexuality, no love tension between the characters; still, there are some moral ideals, going to college, to be part of a team, to support the kids, and don't give up. On top of that, we have Fluffy making his jokes, and at the same time trying to set a good example. Funny thing, not all the plans to raise their moral work, like in real life. I enjoy it. Suggestion: Expand the kids in the class, we only have 5 of them talking, the rest is just there
Jul 09, 2020The show has a ton of horrible acting, a ton of political views, very very tacky jokes and no interesting topics... I would rather watch paint dry.. I did watch the show all the way through and it just gets worse and worse.. 1 teacher out of a whole school same stuff different day. If you wanna watch this you may aswell be ready for disappointment.
Jun 29, 2020If you want a play by play of stale jokes including orange man bad and all Republicans are racist you have found your show. The dialog is very forced and the acting is a bit cheesy. It will join the pile of dead sitcoms soon enough. Along with the Jeff Foxworthy show and the George Lopez show. It lacks the magic of killer shows like king of queens and everybody loves Raymond.
Jun 26, 2020Pleasant enough show. A poor man's Welcome Back Kotter or Head of the Class. The material is not particularly challenging, but it does have a good cast and characters reflective of schools I grew up with and still work in. Not quite ready for prime-time network television, but it is well produced and good for families. Although it is nice to see a series set in neighboring Long Beach and Wilson High, I wouldn't have been inclined to watch as much of this as I have if it wasn't for a house guest who's tastes are decidedly more towards safer and uplifting material.
Jun 22, 2020Funny, clever, deep and loving. The perfect