Dads premiered tonight on Fox and this is the best thing you can say about the Seth MacFarlane-produced sitcom:
It depicts equal opportunity racism!
Well, mostly. The series has come under fire (yes, already) for dressing a lead Asian character up as a school girl in order to impress investors and for having a character scream out: “The Chinese are a lovely and honorable people, but you can’t trust them! There’s a reason Shanghai is a verb!”
There's also a quip about Asian men having small penises. So it does go pretty hard after one ethnic group in particular.
But, hey, there's also a joke about Latina women being maids!
The cast of Dads is actually decent, with Giovanni Ribisi and Seth Green portraying the children of Martin Mull and Peter Riegert, but that only raises another question about the new comedy:
Just how much were these actors paid to star in this insulting nonsense?!?
Overall, Dads make 2 Broke Girls look clean and Emmy worthy. It's hard (and depressing) to imagine it lasting more than two episodes.
But that's just our opinion! What is yours? Grade the premiere of Dads now: