Mick Jagger is the funniest new sitcom star of the season -- but unfortunately, he isn't starring in a sitcom for very long.
Jagger plays himself as the celebrity target of a group of bumbling idiot thieves in "The Knights of Prosperity." That awful title is actually the show's third or fourth. It began as "Let's Rob Jeff Goldblum," then changed to "Let's Rob..." after Goldblum signed to do another show, and was perhaps briefly referred to as "Let's Rob Mick Jagger." Now, finally, we come to "The Knights of Prosperity," which is so bad that the characters complain about it as the name of their criminal organization. The problem is, their leader already had T-shirts printed up, so Knights it is.
To read the full thing, click here. Still, whatever long-term probblems "Knights" has, it's infinitely preferable to "In Case of Emergency," a show so terrible I spent half the review wondering if I'd been too hard on "The Class."