A Michael Jordan rookie card is the emotional center of Me, Myself & Is best episode yet

This is the episode I’ve been waiting for. Because here’s the thing: Sitcoms almost never start out funny. For a sitcom, what matters in the early going is that a world is established, a camaraderie is introduced, and a general sense of likability is cultivated. As such, the jokes themselves are often neutered so as…

Romantic failure plays out differently in each of Me, Myself & I's three timelines

Before we talk about “The First Step,” it’s important we discuss what’s clearly the viewing public’s chief concern concerning Me, Myself & I: The Moynihan/Larroquette paradox. How, pray tell, could the gentle, bumbling, soft-edged Bobby Moynihan in just 25 years come to look, talk, and conduct one’s self in the manner…

The Wonder Years gets a time-hopping update (and John Larroquette) in Me, Myself, & I

The conceits and styles may change, but the enduring appeal of the American sitcom remains constant. And if there’s one thing Me, Myself, & I, CBS’s latest attempt to capture that elusive 30-minute magic, gets right about the genre, it’s that sense of breezy homespun relatability: the way that a strong exemplar of the…