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5 Shows Similar to The Good Place

  D'Arcy Carden  as Janet, a programmed guide who acts as the neighborhood's main source of information, analogous to an  intelligent personal assistant . She is the 25th generation of "Janet" programs like her, dating back to a predecessor featuring a click-wheel. She has infinite knowledge of the universe, can provide residents anything they desire, and details everything of what is happening in the Good Place but does have some flaws. Since she is the only individual who came from a true Good Place (Michael admits to having stolen her in the season 1 finale), Janet is subject to numerous reboots; she pleads with whomever tries to push a red button that shuts her down not to kill her. These reboots give Janet increased abilities as well as programming capabilities that compel her to make humans happy, as she'll only answer to what the humans want her to do, including keeping their secrets to escaping the Bad Place. Janet is incompatible with lies and must tell the objective truth. In season 1, after she was rebooted the first time, Jason and Janet fell in love with each other and got married. It is revealed in season 2 that her feelings for Jason have remained despite memory wipes causing glitches. As Janet becomes more self-aware with each reboot, she realizes that the neighborhood may be destroyed due to her computer glitches, and she begs Michael to "kill" her and turn her into a marble. Michael, after having attended so many of Chidi's lessons on ethics, can not bring himself to permanently disable Janet because he now considers her to be his best friend. Since Michael will not agree to permanently disable her, Janet creates a new boyfriend for herself whom she chooses to disable later in the season.   Ted Danson  as Michael, the architect of The Good Place where Eleanor and her fellow humans reside. He exhibits a deep fascination for humans and human life, delighting from things ranging from paperclips to suspenders to car keys. In the first-season finale, it is discovered that he is a Bad Place demon who constructed a fake "Good Place" to torture Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani, and Jason. Unfortunately, he ends up repeatedly restarting his experiment due to Eleanor (and one time Jason) always figuring out that "The Good Place" is "The Bad Place", leading to his routine failure, as well as hiding the constant resets from Shawn in order to avoid "retirement" (an euphemism for an eternity of torture). As part of a truce he makes with Eleanor so his failing project will not be exposed and a chance to reform his behavior, Michael agrees to let the humans keep their memories and help them get into the true Good Place as well as to take Chidi's ethics lessons.

The Good Place is one of the greatest TV shows of our modern age. It doesn't run all the time because we don't want to always kill actors. What a poor world it would be without Kristen Bell. I mean, the world of great shows and mediocre movies would be sad. Well, guess what? You can have it all because, much like quaggas, we can now have shows that are almost like The Good Place.

1. Hell is My Marriage

  William Jackson Harper  as Chidi Anagonye, a deceased ethics professor who was born in  Nigeria  and raised in  Senegal , Eleanor's alleged soulmate. Though he took a while to accept it, he discovers that he and Eleanor were meant to be soulmates because he was always there for her. He is the first person to learn her secret and begins teaching her about ethics to reform both her and Jason. He died on earth when an air conditioner fell on his head outside his apartment building. [12]  Chidi speaks French, but in this afterlife, his speech is translated into whatever languages people who listen to him speak; therefore, he appears to speak English to Eleanor and the audience.

Well, if you love the comic version of hell, like The Good Place show, but in a metaphysical sense, then you could watch KBC's hit TV show Hell is My Marriage. All you've got to do is not mind an hour of screaming. I don't. For me it's like a loud show with big jokes. I mean it's just screaming. It may at some point have started as a Married with Children thing, but they got rid of any characters, and it's just a shot of a man screaming, then a shot of a woman screaming, then a laugh. It's freaking sweet.

2.  Grey

  Ted Danson  as Michael, the architect of The Good Place where Eleanor and her fellow humans reside. He exhibits a deep fascination for humans and human life, delighting from things ranging from paperclips to suspenders to car keys. In the first-season finale, it is discovered that he is a Bad Place demon who constructed a fake "Good Place" to torture Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani, and Jason. Unfortunately, he ends up repeatedly restarting his experiment due to Eleanor (and one time Jason) always figuring out that "The Good Place" is "The Bad Place", leading to his routine failure, as well as hiding the constant resets from Shawn in order to avoid "retirement" (an euphemism for an eternity of torture). As part of a truce he makes with Eleanor so his failing project will not be exposed and a chance to reform his behavior, Michael agrees to let the humans keep their memories and help them get into the true Good Place as well as to take Chidi's ethics lessons.

The Good Place is both a treatise on mortality as well as in a general sense a treatise on the sitcom itself, so would you like to see a show also about those two? This sitcom, Grey,  is about a group of wacky scientists who make a hyper advanced computer out of sticky flesh that oozes and breathes with the wind. The scientists have to juggle both the single world and the fact the this new computer is grey, and that that world is being redefined by the computer's power.

3.  Hair

  Kristen Bell  as Eleanor Shellstrop, a deceased saleswoman from  Arizona  who entered an afterlife  utopia  called "The Good Place" seemingly after being mistaken for a human rights lawyer by the same name. [11]  With the aid of her alleged soulmate, Chidi, she attempts to reform by learning about ethics, believing she still has a chance to earn a legitimate spot in The Good Place. Now that Eleanor knows about Michael's experiments and the memory wipes, Eleanor became the de facto leader in the group "Team Cockroach" after she makes a truce with Michael to keep Shawn from finding out about the reboots in exchange for helping the humans get to the real Good Place. As of season 2, she is the only person from "Team Cockroach" who, having passed Gen's test, qualifies for the real Good Place. However, she lies to her team and tells them she also failed miserably.

No, this is not the adaptation of the musical. This Hair is about hair that lives in the vents of the White House, and walks out at night to speak to the roaches that live there. It's about its visions of the apocalyptic nature, that the biosphere will die and nothing will grow, and that humans and cattle will be wiped out. The roaches swarm when they hear this. Manny Jacinto guest starred a few times.

4. The Beautiful Ones

  Jameela Jamil  as Tahani Al-Jamil, a deceased, wealthy  philanthropist  who traveled extensively around the world. She was born in  Pakistan , raised in  England , and went to school in  France . Tahani, whose full name means "Congratulations Beautiful", is a seemingly-good-natured soul with a cheerful and helpful attitude who was constantly overshadowed by her younger sister, Kamilah during her time on Earth. She died on Earth when an attempt to take down a statue of her sister at the  Rock and Roll Hall of Fame  in  Cleveland, Ohio  fails. Instead of finally freeing herself from her sister's shadow, her sister's statue crushes her to death. Tahani gradually learns the truth about Eleanor and Jason following Eleanor's arrival. Initially, Eleanor dislikes Tahani, finding her positive attitude, condescending manner, and her tendency to name drop obnoxious, but the two eventually become friends.

They stay in their homes as the world outside eats itself. I laugh so many times, six, seven, even eight times per minute. The Beautiful Ones is rated almost as high as The Good Place, which got a ten, although The Good Place laughs only last four seconds, whereas The Beautiful Ones last for five. I think if you are a fan of The Good Place you should see this show, as it's a good show. In The Beautiful Ones  the beautiful people stay in their homes and say funny things to each other. They see only themselves as the world decays around them. The beautiful ones do not need the outside world as they just stay in their homes and have coffee shops in their homes where they make jokes and keep being beautiful. This show is called Friends in some markets.

5. The Fish Know

  Manny Jacinto  as "Jianyu Li", a supposedly silent  Buddhist monk  from  Taiwan  and Tahani's soulmate. Eleanor discovers he is actually Jason Mendoza from Jacksonville, Florida, an amateur DJ, devoted  Jacksonville Jaguars  fan, and backup dancer who sold fake drugs to high school students. [15]  After Janet is rebooted in Season 1, Jason develops feelings for her because she is the only one who is nice to him; the two marry, but because his memory is wiped in the season 1 finale, he is unaware of his marriage to Janet until he is told about it in season 2. Prior to that, his forgotten love for Janet led to him bonding (and sleeping with) Tahani; the two almost marry, but decide not to do so after they are reminded of his previous relationship with Janet. Though the two remain together for a time, near the end of season 2, Tahani breaks off the relationship because she recognizes she should not rely so much on others for her sense of worth.

While we were watching TV the fish were also watching it. They know TV as well as dogs do. They see this thing that we gave them the blue print for, and they now can reproduce it. The Fish Know is a 3 camera sitcom that Michael Sher worte for.

 

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