Disjointed is a Chuck Lorre creation (Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, etc.) and stars Kathy Bates. The positives end about there with this half-baked idea.
It feels like it was made for regular TV, not Netflix, and with a cheesy laugh track and the typical Marijuana puns, you’d need to drag me back to Netflix to watch more of it.
Oh, and there’s more of it, as Netflix has only released 10 episodes of an ordered 20.
I’m only half Jewish. It’s not as easy as Drake makes it look.
The funnier characters are Jenny and Dank & Debbie. Jenny is an Asian trying to convince her mother she’s better than the boy they’d hoped for while in med school. She’s not in med school. She’s a weed receptionist.
Dank and Debbie may be two of the crazier, atypical high characters, but they are the comedic relief this show desperately needs.
You can’t compare marijuana to meth and crack. That’s like comparing apples to meth and crack.
And lastly, the one bright side comes in the form of Richard Kind but is a classic case of too little too late.
Disjointed is stuck in the weeds, and shouldn’t be watched by anyone, as it barely gets a 3 out of 10.
7 thoughts on “Disjointed”
Was going to give this a go until I saw it was Chuck Lorre. There’s been a lot of really disappointing productions on Netflix recently, hope this isn’t the way they’re going.
I thought it was just me…a lot of their recent stuff has been terrible. Trying to do too much and just missing the mark all around.
No it’s definitely not just you. I felt like there was a time when you saw ‘Netflix Orginial’ and you knew you were going to get something really decent. Now it seems to be every where and the quality isn’t that great. Feels like they’re taking more of a scatter shot approach to it now. Just release a tonne of shit and hope some of it sticks.
maybe there is more to it than meets the eye?
If I have to look deeper to understand a comedy about Weed, then they are doing something wrong.
No need to look deeper. Right in front of our faces.
“More to it than meets the eye” and “no need to look deeper, right in front of our faces” are contradictory..