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Television and film actress Pamela Anderson has agreed to make a cameo appearance in an upcoming episode of the U.S. comedy series "Kath & Kim," NBC said.
NBC says it has ordered an additional nine episodes of "Kath & Kim," giving the U.S. comedy series a full first season. Co-starring Selma Blair and Molly Shannon, the show is an adaptation of the Australian hit sit-com about a quirky mother-and-daughter duo.
By NEAL JUSTIN For nearly three decades, NBC's Thursday-night comedy block has lived up to its "must-see" billing.
By DALE McGARRIGLE; OF THE NEWS STAFF Tonight is an evening of imports. First up is "Kath and Kim," inspired by an Australian sitcom of the same name, debuting at 8:30 p.m. on NBC. Well-paired with "My Name is Earl" at 8 p.m., "Kath and Kim" is another entertaining, white-trash buddy comedy.
By Scott D. Pierce Deseret News "KATH & KIM" is this season's most annoying new network TV show. It's populated by characters who are the equivalent of nails on a chalkboard. The kind of people you'd sprint away from if you encountered them in real life ...
By David Kronke Clueless idiocy can be the stuff of inspired comedy - it's been done from the kids' show "SpongeBob SquarePants" to the not-for- kids show "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia." The trick is to make characters who are something less than human somehow likable, somehow relatable, or at least convey to viewers that there's a reason you're devoting such energy to telling these clowns' stories.
By Alan Pergament We could all use a good laugh considering the depressing state of the economy and the increasingly ugly state of the presidential race. Actually, the state of comedy is pretty depressing on network television these days, too.
By Chuck Barney IF YOU THOUGHT all those gag-inducing ads for "Kath & Kim" that NBC ran during the Olympics were awful, wait until you check out the actual show. Better yet, don't bother.
By BECKY KRYSTAL By Becky Krystal The Washington Post Kath (Molly Shannon) thinks she finally has it all - a boyfriend on the verge of proposing, a great physique and the freedom of an empty house after seeing her daughter, Kim, off to marriage.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.