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Television: Stacked
Wednesday, 2005 April 13 - 11:00 pm
I can give you two reasons why this show made it on the air at all.

Well, since "Lost" was a repeat, and since this seems to be Boobie Week, I flipped over to the premiere of "Stacked" on Fox this evening.

The unlikely premise of the show is that ditzy, well-endowed Skyler (Pamela Anderson) gets a job at a bookstore, and HILARITY ENSUES. The show has lined up a pretty solid cast, but even the always-brilliant Christopher Lloyd won't be able to rescue this one-joke cliché.



I mean, really. What does this show have to offer us? Even the most boob-obsessed teenage boy is going to realize that it's not worth sitting through a half hour of Generic Sitcom in order to see Pamela's covered-up, nipples-taped-down boobs. Sheesh, why do you think they invented the Internet? So we can download our boobage instead of having to watch stuff like this.

So I'll give the show credit for having a few funny lines and characters, but it's all soooo been done before. I think this show has "mid-season cancellation" written all over it.
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