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The Neighbors: A Christmas Story – A Very Larry Christmas!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! “A Christmas Story” — When Debbie oversteps and accidentally ruins Larry’s surprise Christmas gift for Dick, Larry responds the only way he knows how: going way over the top for gifts to Debbie’s kids. Meanwhile, thinking gifts are the emblem of how you truly feel about someone, Reggie and Amber both struggle with getting each other the perfect gift, on “The Neighbors,”. …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Supreme Like Me Is Loving the In-Laws Forever!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! The creators, producers and writers of The Neighbors should be justifiably proud of themselves as they reach the midpoint of Season 2. This is truly a family comedy with great family values. It is funny and quirky . Further, it is a show with a positive message. The characters often learn a valuable lesson and are great role models for the rest …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Thanksgiving Is No Schmuck Bait None Was Too Late!

Welcome back to our alien analysis about the best comedy on TV, The Neighbors! This superb episode was directed by John Fortenberry and written by Isaac Aptaker, and Elizabeth Berger. I have no idea how the writers decided on the title for this episode. However, that really is not important, since this is one of the best episodes of the season. The Bird-Kersees have spent an evening watching sitcoms. This, …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Good Debbie Hunting, or Be Careful What You Wish For!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! We are eight episodes into season two in an episode directed by Josh Greenbaum and written by Kristi Korzec, and Debbie Weaver (Jami Gertz) discovers celebrity as she gets lots and lots and lots of fan mail for her appearance on Shark Tank. This is where the continuity of one episode into another pretty much ends. Debbie has decided that she will …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: We Jumped The Shark (Tank) or, “Sharks, I’m Webbie Deaver”

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! Written by Scott King and directed by Jeffrey Walker. I often like to examine episode titles to try to determine where the writers are coming from when they come up with some of the names. In this case, we are aware, due to previous advertising, that this episode is a cross over with the widely popular Shark Tank. What is unusual with …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Any Friggin’ Sunday Can Be Relationships United!

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! This weeks episode is written by Jeremy Hall and Kristi Korzec. Football is the American game. The reason many Americans love Sunday. As mentioned by Marty (Lenny Venito), one of the most iconic films about football, “Any Given Sunday”, gives us a better understanding of why football is so important to Americans. In fact, many Americans will spend a good portion of …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Any Friggin Sunday Pre-Review, Sports, Milkshakes and Heartfelt Feelings!

Welcome back to an alien preview analysis about the best comedy on TV, The Neighbors! The next episode of The Neighbors is one of the funniest of the series! Each week as I wait in eager anticipation for the next episode of The Neighbors, I wonder; can this program get any better? To my utter and sheer delight, each week the creators, the actors, the writers and the directors ALWAYS …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: Challoweenukah, Double the Holiday, Double the Fun!

Welcome to our alien analysis about the best comedy on TV, The Neighbors! Just when I was beginning to wonder if Debbie (Jami Gertz) and Marty Weaver (Lenny Venito) had any other friends besides the aliens next door, my mind is set at ease knowing that the answer is yes…sort of. From the way Debbie describes this new menace, the term, “frienemies” might fit very well. Why do the Weavers …Read the Rest

The Neighbors: The One With Interspecies F-R-I-E-N-D-S Give Debbie The “Do!”

Welcome to our alien analysis about The Neighbors! This episode begins with Reggie Jackson (Tim Jo) and Amber Weaver (Clara Mamet) enjoying an evening together. They are watching a marathon documentary about the friendship between an elephant and a baby duck. I cannot help but assume there is a connection between this documentary about the elephant and the duck, and the Weavers and the alien neighbors next door. But then, …Read the Rest

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