It's rare for me to find myself laughing aloud at a show, especially one that's done by a network. "The Mick" made me guffaw several times. Yes, guffaw - don't judge - that's the word I want and it perfectly describes my reaction to this delightful new comedy.
"It's Always Sunny in Philladephia" alum Kaitlyn Olson spreads her wings (and if you saw the pilot you'd know just how clever a usuage of a cliche that is) in this excellent and hilarious show from producers/writers Dave and John Chernin who were also a bigpart of "IASIP."
The premise is ridiculous and simple: Olson (Mackenzie "Mickey" Murphy, AKA The Mick) is trying to hit her millionaire sister up for some cash at a party when the FBI swoops in and arrests sis (Poodle) and her husband. Mickey is tapped to watch the kids for one night on the promise that sis will give her the funds she denied her earlier. Unfortunately, Poodle and hubby have to flee the country and Mickey is stuck for a while longer watching the brood.