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New Adventures of Old Christine
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TV Series
    (March 13, 2006-May 12, 2010)
    Born in Los Angeles, California
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Christine Campbell
    Clark Gregg as Richard Campbell
    Hamish Linklater as Matthew
    Trevor Gagnon as Ritchie Campbell
    Emily Rutherfurd as 'New' Christine
    Tricia O'Kelley as Marly
    Alex Kapp Horner as Lindsay
    Wanda Sykes as Barb
    Premise: Christine is a happily neurotic divorced single mom, whose ex is in love with a younger woman also named Christine
    Rob Owen of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette called it 'a bore.'
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer's Melanie McFarland hated it stating 'Worst of all is the writing's low-bar comedy; it's so weak that the laugh track doesn't just sound forced, it sounds as if the audience has a gun to its head.'
    Just about every character moans and whines.
    It is sometimes just referred to as 'Old Christine.'
    The writer's strike screwed up its third season.
    The confusion is occasionally based on two characters named Christine.
    Gloria Goodale of Christian Science Monitor noticed Christine's hair style changes quite frequently (scene to scene).
    Many jokes are built on stereotypes including race and economics.
    It lost half its viewers in the second season when it no longer followed 'Two and a Half Men.'
    It over uses a laugh track.
    Entertainment Weekly's Lisa Schwarzbaum panned it as 'Frustratingly old-fashioned' (March 2006).
    Sid Smith of the Chicago Tribune called the writing 'inconsistent.'
    After many attempts it was the first sucessful series of a Seinfeld alumni.
    It was a mid season replacement series that succeeded
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series (2006).
    Tim Goodman of San Francisco Chronicle wrote it was 'extremely funny.'
    Washington Post's Tom Shales called it 'Smart, sassy and delightful.'
    Julia Louis-Dreyfus looks better as Christine than she did a decade earlier as Elaine on Seinfeld.

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