It's just intriguing enough to make me continue watching, but not so good that I can't keep from laughing at the pedestrian dialogue and corny plot points. One example of dialogue (paraphrased)
Man: I can't live without you.
Woman: You make me so crazy! I can't live without you, either!
I liked a number of episodes, and I know it's just a sitcom, but to me, there still has to be a consistent logic. It annoyed me to know end when the employees, sometimes all at once, would suddenly trot off to one spontaneous adventure, leaving the bar unattended. Many times, half the cast would be lounging at home in the evening. We know that most of the cast came to work in the morning. So, at night, who the frick is running the store? Are we supposed to believe that the prissy Diane is going to crawl INTO the ventilator shaft to make repairs, where she becomes stuck? Why does no one ever pay for their drinks? Lilith was a great characters, but why in God's name would a serious, hard-working, stick-in-the-mud psychiatrist be doing hanging out at a bar downtown? Frasier's presence made sense, as he was in love with Diane, then lost all hope when she left him at the alter. Norm and Cliff were losers. It fit! But Lilith? And, if you're going to have a flirt or nymphomaniac, it doesn't work if you go with a less-than-attractive waitress named Carla Tortelli. What sane man would ever allow himself to be seduced by the likes of her?
Probably the best sitcom yet, and one of the rare occasions where the sequel outshines the original (Cheers). The writing is superb, the cast perfect, the acting and directing flawless. The series went out with a bang in season 11, and more than made up for the lackluster seasons 8 and 9. On a personal note, I never thought Niles was a good match for Daphne, but his crush on her provided great comedic moments. It was surprisingly realistic for a sitcom, as long as you are willing to suspend your disbelief in the fact that Frasier, an average looking, balding, overweight, boring, egotistical middle-aged man can somehow manage to attract the best and the brightest women in Seattle, with no small number of lookers, and to find a new one seemingly every other week.
One of the freshest sitcoms to come out in a long time. Completely unpredictable (for me), and lots of witty humor and great performances, esp. Ted Danson and D'arcy Carden as Janet, the Alexa-like being with all the knowledge of the universe. Great fun!
I loved the main cast, especially Maggie Q, but this is really nothing more than a cartoon. It can't be taken seriously. If you just want a popcorn flick for a rainy afternoon, fine, but don't expect anything to be credible.