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Primetime Emmy®, Golden Globe® and SAG® Award winner Tina Fey stars as showrunner Liz Lemon and Primetime Emmy®, Golden Globe® and SAG® Award...
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Review aggregator website Metacritic, which assigns a weighted average score out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, gave the show a score of 86 out of 100 based on 32 reviews.
Writing for Entertainment Weekly, Ken Tucker described it as "the best new show of the season...possess[ing] all the bright romantic magic and tart humor of a first-rate screwball film comedy", with particular praise for the performances of Cavanagh and Bowen.
The opening sequence showed Ed driving past the Rialto movie theater in the downtown of Westfield.Upon his arrival, he is reunited with friends that he has missed, as well as Carol Vessey, a woman he had a crush on in high school.Determined to win her heart, Ed decides to stay, buying a rundown bowling alley and setting up a new law firm in the process, earning him the undesired nickname "The Bowling-Alley Lawyer" which leads him to make a distinction to a Judge during one of his first trials; ("I am a lawyer, I own a bowling alley. Ed also had a number of running gags, such as bowling alley employee Phil (Michael Ian Black) hatching ludicrous schemes usually to gain fame and fortune, ten-dollar bets between Ed and Mike that would require one of them to do something extremely embarrassing, mentions of Arbor Day as a big holiday, and various characters named "Godfrey" appearing in many episodes.A framed Foo Fighters poster hung on the wall of Stuckeyville High School principal Molly Hudson's office.The first season of Ed was met by favorable reviews from critics.