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Ryan: “Who’s Timmy?” Mr. K: “Some Crybaby.”

 

Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Ryan Runs Into Lauren, At A Restaurant. Lauren Is Having Dinner With A Man Named Wyatt. Soon, The Rest Of The Group Arrives, And They All Begin Having Dinner With Lauren And Her Date. The Group Seems To Be Intruding On Lauren’s Personal Life, Somewhat.
  • The Group Tells Ryan That He Is Compulsively Eating, To Help Get Over The Death Of Janie. Ryan Seems To Be In Denial, And He Says That He Id Not Grief Eating.
  • The Group Learns That Lauren Told Wyatt About The Entire Group, And Their Individual Problems. The Group Becomes A Bit Angry, After Learning This.
  • The Group Tells Lauren That She Needs To Share Some Of Her “Dirt” With The Group. Lauren Agrees To Bring Wyatt To The Next Therapy Session.
  • Ryan Learns That Danny Has Created An Entire Town In His Head, To Escape His Life Problems.
  • The Group Confronts Ryan, About His Grief Eating.
  • Wyatt Arrives At The Therapy Session, And Begins Giving The Group “Dirt”, On Lauren.
  • Wyatt Gives The Group Plenty Of “Dirt” On Lauren, And Then Leaves.
  • The Group Begins To Suspect That Lauren Doesn’t Really Care For Wyatt.
  • Ryan Tells Danny That He Needs To Give Up His Imaginary Town.
  • Ryan Tries To Give Up The Junk Food, But Isn’t Completely Able To Do So, Just Yet.
  • The Group Comes Over To Ryan’s House, With Vast Amounts Of Food. The Group Hopes To Make Ryan Eat All Of The Food, So That He Will Lose The Taste For Junk Food.
  • Ryan Helps Lauren Realize That She Doesn’t Actually Love Wyatt.
  • Danny Returns Back To His Imaginary Town. Ryan And Danny Learns That It’s The Only Way That Danny Can Cope With His Problems.
  • Ryan Finally Drops The Junk Food, And Starts Eating Healthier.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “Shut Up Junkie, You’re Out Of Control.”  – Mr. K

2) “The Problem Is You’re Eating, You Sound Like Cookie Monster.”  – Carrie

3) “Why Are All Of My Fans Gross?”   – Ryan

 

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Go On Was Hilarious! In Tonight’s Episode, Ryan Learns That He Has Been Grief Eating, To Overcome The Loss Of Janie. The Group Notices That Ryan Has Been Grief Eating, So They Try To Help Him Out. Meanwhile, Lauren Learns That She Doesn’t Actually Love Her Current Boyfriend. Lauren Takes Some Time To Figure Out Her Future With Her Boyfriend, And The Group Helps Ryan Drop The Junk Food. I’m Quickly Becoming A Fan Of This Simplistic, Yet Relatable Comedy. The Show Is Basic, With Interesting Stories Each Episode, That Keep Me Interested In The Show. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Go On. Watch Go On Live: Tuesday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

There Will Be No New Episode Of Go On Next Week, As The Presidential Debate Will Be Airing, At That Time.

 

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Episode Notes/Recap:

  • Ryan Isn’t Able To Tell His Gardener That Janie Died. It Seems That Ryan Struggles, When Telling People About The Passing Of His Wife
  • Steven Tries To Help Ryan Overcome The Death Of Janie. However, Steven Just Makes The Situation Awkward.
  • Steven Continues To Try To Talk With Ryan About Janie. However, Once Again, Steven Just Makes The Situation Awkward.
  • Ryan Finally Tells His Gardener, About Janie’s Death.
  • Ryan Tries His Best To Keep His Therapy Life Separate, From His Personal Life.
  • Steven And Ryan Begin Talking. Steven Tells Ryan That He Should Go To The Group’s Bowling Outing.
  • Ryan Shows Up At The Group’s Bowling Game. He Attempts To Connect With Them, In A Personal Manner.
  • Ryan Lets The Group Drive His New Porsche, As Somewhat Of A Way To “Connect” With Them.
  • Ryan’s Gardener Builds A Memorial Fountain, In Memory Of Janie.
  • Steven Meets The Group.
  • It Seems That Ryan And The Group Have Become One Big Family.

Favorite Episode Quote(s):

1) “I Am A Special Dude.”   – Ryan

2) “Some Assembly Required, Am I Right?”   – Steven

3) “I Wanna Drive The B****”    – Owen

Review:

Tonight’s Episode Of Go On Was Hilariously Entertaining! In Tonight’s Episode, Ryan Attempts To Keep His Therapy Life Separate From His Personal Life. Ultimately, The Two Lives Collide, And Ryan Becomes Good Friends With The Therapy Group. I Enjoyed The Premiere Of Go On, And I’m Becoming A Fan Of The Show. I Really Feel That This Is Matthew Perry’s Big Comeback To Television. Overall, Go On Is A Simple, Laugh Filled Comedy, With A Decent Storyline, And I Would Definitely Recommend It. Watch Go On Live: Tuesday’s At 9/8C. On NBC.

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Review:

I Found The Start Of This Show To Be A Hilarious, Humble, Comedy. Matthew Perry Has Made His Big Return To Television, And It Is An Epic Return! Go On Is About A Radio Talk Show Host (Perry) That Has Some Mild Anger Issues, nd He’s Also Having Trouble Coping With The Recent Death Of His Wife. Matthew Perry Works Smoothly With The  “A” Grade Cast. Perry Must Attend Therapy Sessions. While In Therapy, He Begins To Connect With His Fellow Members, And They All Begin Having Senseless Fun. I’ve Never Been A Huge Fan Of Matthew Perry’s Work, But I Was Really Surprised By The Quality Of The Show. Overall, I Would Definitely Recommend Go On. Watch The Premiere Of Go On: Tuesday, September 11th, On NBC.

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