Beverly Hills, CA – More than any other new show this fall the CBS comedy “The Great Indoors” taps into something immediate -- the problems that arise when enabled and entitled Millennials who have no common sense clash with hardscrabble Gen Xers and younger Baby Boomers, especially in the workplace. Watching the pilot, one can’t help but laugh at or with many of the characters – including those who may not realize they are being made fun of. It’s a great balancing act, at least so far (this is not a formal review of the series), helped immeasurably by the casting of Joel McHale and Stephen Fry as the “elders” in the office and the many young newcomers who portray their twenty-something nemeses.
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