5 Shows Similar to Superstore - You Monsters
Ah, Superstore. The surprise hit of the NBC season. Now in its third season, Superstore has truly established itself as one of the premier sitcoms of its time. But I know what you're saying. You can't wait week for week for the new Superstore episodes. You crave, nay demand, Superstore episodes. Well, you can finally put your pitchforks and torches down from the outside of the office of this fine establishment because I have decreed that I shall tell you of the shows like Superstore for you to enjoy until such time as a new episode reveals itself.
Number one: Jimmy Switchblade and the Switchblade Experience. Set in the competitive yet dangerously secretive world of switchblade, this hit television show on IBC follows Ray, a young go-getter who joins the secret underground world of switchblade fighting. Learn with a cast of quirky characters who follow him, like Rex. She's the first switchblade champion and, as romantic thing go, possibly also she is a giant Tyrannosaurus Rex who came back from the dead and time-traveled to become an expert switchblade fighter. That's a season finale reveal.
Number two: oh-la-la, on NABC the North American Broadcasting Corporation, new springtime, you know, Awakening is a hit. This deeply funny show is about giant owls who come outside to my bedroom at night and stare at me and then somehow for hours laugh and laugh and I don't know what that means, but they do it. They do it every night, and then once a week I'll see a broadcast on television and you know what? I'm not sure what they're doing but I find myself laughing every time! I go like, there's me being all afraid of some giant owls looking at me and you know, creeping through me and it seems every day they get a little bit closer and I think one of them was in the house last night, but ha-ha! I'm laughing, I am laughing out loud. And you know, that's what the kids are doing today, so that is joyful.
Number three: The Penny Whistle Hour! This hit 1932 variety show might not seem like it has any connection to Superstore, but would you know that my great-grandfather was on it, and I feel he never got enough credit. True, he was only on for three episodes and he was kicked off for being a drunk but I love him so and he's my great-grandfather and you know, we looked into it and we get residuals from his appearances so you know, watch the show. And like it, I insist that you do, because what are you? A loser? What, do you hate me? Are we not friends? I thought we were good friends. You say you come to me; well a giant mob came to me. And you say hey I like Superstore; I want to see other shows like Superstore and I thought like, okay I''m cool, I'll do the list of things for you to see; and I do it and ugh, you won't watch my long-dead great-grandfather who may or may not have done some things and maybe one of the reasons he got kicked off the show was because he disappeared. But that's crap, they explained to me.
They were knife-fighters, you know, and my grandfather fought one and won and you know that's the story right there, and you know, I always win underground sports that we run and this was one of them. Was it called The Shame of New York? And you know, if not for that whole controversy, it would have been decreed as the worst tragedy that ever hit professional sport. Maybe. Who knows.
Number four: Fans. If you like the smart commentary on the issues of today presented with humor and likable characters, then you'll love Fans, which is several hours of filmed fan footage that through various lawsuits and Pokemon battels, FGT the Fox Good Television Network got rights to for free and just started to broadcast. You'll love the hours and hours of just staring at a fan. At times you'll think, oh, am I hearing a voice? And that'll be yes because every once in a while you'll hear cameramen talking about various things like their jobs, like their wives and their jobs, and you'll go like, oh, neat. It's a lot like listening to awkward small talk and that'll be fun because people love awkward small talk.
Number five. Eortsrepus. Do you like Superstore, but do you think it going forwards in time is confusing, you know, maybe a little pretentious? Ugh, what do I want? Plot? Ugh. Characters? Dialogue you can understand? That's not for you. You're simple American, you don't need your stuff to, you know, be cognizant or even go forward. So even though I've lived my entire life in Los Angeles and New York I'm of the opinion I probably know what you know people in those other places like. So what you guys probably like is just watching Superstore but, you know, backwards. Well that's what this broadcast at CBN does. Just runs all NBC shows but you know, backwards.
If you think about it, doesn't that say everything today about the world we live in, and probably something about the gig economy and the middle, the disappearing middle class, and you know, ultimately, the Pulitzer. I know the Pulitzer's just happened, but I think this list probably deserves it because I probably summed up a lot about what America speaks. So if you know anybody on the Pulitzer committee, send them $20 to get this nominated and do that every week for a year.