First Video: Can Community's Ken Jeong Make the Grade Tending Bar on Sullivan & Son?

Community‘s Ken Jeong goes behind the bar when he guest-stars on the Season 2 premiere of TBS’ Sullivan & Son (airing Thursday at 10/9c), and from the looks of things, he has a hard time getting the Chang of it.

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Jeong plays Susan’s overachieving doctor-husband Jason, who during a visit to the titular watering hole arrives at a life decision not unlike the one lawyer man Steve made in the series pilot — to leave a successful career in the name of following your bliss.

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But as you can see in this exclusive clip from Jeong’s visit, even after receiving a stern pep talk from his “mother,” Jason’s stint slinging suds may be a short one.

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  1. Kelly says:

    Love this show.

  2. Zach says:

    I liked the first few episodes a lot. I think Steve Byrne is a more than capable lead, the Steve/Melanie dynamic works, Dan Lauria is great although the role seems to be written for Brian Dennehy, the Steve/Susan thing with her being jealous of him also works, etc.

    The show did a few things wrong. They made it crude too often. I have nothing against crude humor if used right, but they just slung race jokes and sex jokes with no real taste. Also Melanie went out of focus. With her the show reminded me of Ed (contracts lawyer from New York comes back to his hometown, takes over a bowling alley [in this case a bar] where he dispenses legal advice, reconnects with his best friend, and chases the girl of his dreams). Without her it became subpar Cheers meets Everybody Loves Raymond.

    However, the finale was pretty damn funny, and I heard from crew members that the second season has really stepped it up. Men at Work also stepped it up in its second season, although Men at Work was a bad pilot that unleashed a solid first season. So I’ll definitely keep watching.

  3. Patti says:

    I really enjoy this show. Hank is funny and the mom is hilarious. Dan Laria is wonderful. I enjoy the family relationships of Steve,his dad,mom and sister. The four friends at the bar is well done. Carol is a hoot. I enjoy how they done crude humor. Hank speech episode was a favorite of mine

  4. TV Gord says:

    I don’t expect much for cable sitcoms, but this one has actually made me laugh. Ken is a great addition! I wouldn’t mind him joining the show full time!