Even though I spend all my day writing about how I hate or love (usually hate) various things on TV, I try to stay away from telling you what YOU should like it. The whole “YOU HAVE TO WATCH THIS!” or “SAVE THIS SHOW!” thing feels way too much like cheerleading to me, and I’m way too apathetic and heterosexual for that.
Nevertheless, I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out — once again — the unfathomable buffoonery of ABC’s handling of “Better Off Ted,” a funny and original sitcom that ABC has consistently hidden in its lineup and burned off new episodes in little-watched time slots even though it has a half-hour slot open in its queue of successful Wednesday night comedies.
Anyway, all of this is a long-winded way of introducing the above gag reel, in which the employees of Veridian are required to swear at each other due to a typo on a memo. It’s excellent; there’s some really creative swearing in there — and that’s a compliment I don’t just go out handing to anyone. I think the show’s writers might read KSK.