What we said then:
"'Go On' certainly doesn't feel 'broad' in the sense that network execs usually use that word when presenting their new material -- because they usually use that word to mean 'stupid,' and 'Go On' is smart and full of potential
What we say now:
"Go On" is living up to that potential. It's still Matthew Perry's show, but the writers are investing some depth into each of the characters and offering a credible case for Perry's character to continue in his support group longer than he has to. It's developed into one of the best comedies of the fall.
-- Rick Porter, Zap2it