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On May 11, 2015, Fox canceled "
" after just one season.
In 2014, Knighton appeared with a recurring guest arc in the 5th season of the NBC series "Parenthood". He also starred on the FOX sitcom "
In 2015, Weithorn created and Executive Produced the short-lived Fox midseason sitcom, "
", starring Becki Newton and Zachary Knighton.
Gwen Ihnat of "The A.V. Club" wrote a positive review giving the series a "B+" grade. She observed that "What "
" has in its corner is an appealing cast and some hard-hitting TV vets" and remarked that "Since [Jake] Kasdan and [Michael J.] Weithorn both know their way around a sitcom set, it’s not a surprise that "
" soon adds more gravity than most new shows boast from right out of the gate."
" received mixed reviews, with Rotten Tomatoes giving the series a score of 42% based on reviews from 24 critics and an average rating of 5.5 out of 10.
Neil Genzlinger of "The New York Times" gave the series a positive review, stating: "["
" is] not loud or frenetic. It’s not particularly cutting-edge. It’s just funny, in a relaxed way that’s welcome somehow in a television spectrum full of pushiness and intensity."
Zachary Andrew Knighton (born October 25, 1978) is an American actor, most widely known for starring as Dave Rose on the ABC comedy series "Happy Endings". Prior to that, he co-starred as Dr. Bryce Varley on ABC's science fiction series "FlashForward". He also starred in the FOX sitcom "
is an American comedy television series created by Michael J. Weithorn. The 6-episode first season was ordered straight-to-series by the Fox network in 2014. The series is executive produced by Weithorn and Jake Kasdan. The series premiered on March 31, 2015.
Earlier in his television career Litt was a writer and producer on "Ned and Stacy", a sit-com about a marriage of convenience. On this show he worked with Michael J. Weithorn (with whom he would later co-create "The King of Queens") and Charlie Kaufman, the writer behind "Adaptation" and "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind". in 2014, Litt worked as co-executive producer on the Fox series titled
, set to premiere in March 2015.
In early 2015, Paul appeared on "". He also appeared on the Fox TV series "
", where he acted in the role of the Paul Twins. Paul starred in an episode of the ABC family series "Stitchers". In 2016, Paul starred in the YouTube Red movie "The Thinning" alongside Peyton List. He has a movie "Airplane Mode" expected to release in early 2017 in which he is expected to have a leading role.
He voices Chuck on the animated show "Motorcity" and played Wade Bailey in the HBO series "Hello Ladies". In the 2013-14 TV season, he was the recurring character "James" on the ABC comedy "Super Fun Night", and he guest-starred on a 2014 "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" episode as a costumed vigilante named "Super Dan". Torrence appeared as Eric Lewandowski on the Fox sitcom "
" and voices Ferguson on the animated show "Star vs. the Forces of Evil". He recently appeared on the episode of "Supernatural" entitled "Just My Imagination" as Sully, Sam's imaginary friend. In 2016, he had a voice role in the animated hit "Zootopia", as Officer Benjamin Clawhauser.
"Boom Goes the Dynamite" is the title of an episode of the TV show "Scandal" that aired on February 21, 2013. The phrase is also said by a character during the episode. The line is a catchphrase of animated character Cleveland Brown during or immediately following coitus, on the shows "Family Guy" and "The Cleveland Show". The character Kim Crawford uses it repeatedly in the Disney XD show "Kickin' It". The phrase has also been used on the TV shows "King of the Hill", "How I Met Your Mother", "
", "Veronica Mars", "Jonas", "House M.D.", "Franklin and Bash", "Gossip Girl", "Legion", and "Warehouse 13", among others.
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