Average User Score: 3.3Oct 11, 2012First of all, to echo many reviewers, a monkey is never a good choice for a comedy unless your goal is to insult the intelligence of yourFirst of all, to echo many reviewers, a monkey is never a good choice for a comedy unless your goal is to insult the intelligence of your audience...or to pander to children. Secondly, a veterinary clinic would never allow a monkey to run free throughout the clinic especially where food is being served (hospital cafeteria scene).
Third, the concept of the show had such promise that missed the mark. Unfortunately, this is another show that takes society as whole backwards in regard to humour and more concerning in the way it portrays the world of actual Veterinary medicine. It's quite simply an un-intelligent mockery that will reduce the field to a "freak show circus" where animals are not intricate, living beings, but rather objects of stupid human entertainment. Good job NBC! Keep feeding stupid people what they want to see. Meanwhile, the people who were hoping for an intelligent comedy regarding what REALLY goes on in veterinary hospitals will sigh with disbelief and sadness. As a veterinary professional, I can already see it now: a wave of idiots will think that its OK to have a monkey roaming around and will think that its OK to feed meat to their Guinea Pig. Awesome!… Expand