Do Not Disturb, Season 1Closed Captioning
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Do Not Disturb is a half-hour comedy set at one of New York City’s hottest and hippest hotels: The Inn. Named one of the Big Apple’s "10 Best Places to Stay," The Inn is just that — the “in” place to be, with its chic décor, stylish staff, and celebrity clientele. Behind the scenes, however, the upstairs/downstairs dynamic tells quite a different story. Neal is the egotistical, womanizing hotel manager who will do whatever it takes to make sure the hotel is considered the best party in town. Rhonda, the head of Human Resources, does her best to keep the back of the house in line and the front of the house out of trouble.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoWork Sex||When an article about the sexual exploits of the staff at The Inn runs in a local New York magazine, Rhonda addresses her unruly staff's promiscuous behavior. Neal is singled out by the staff as being the main perpetrator of hooking up while on the job, and he tries to be on his best behavior despite some very enticing distractions. However, Rhonda finds she may need to heed her own advice as an unexpected love interest at work makes his interest known. Meanwhile, Gus helps Larry get his mojo back, and Molly gives Nicole advice on her modeling career.||21:43||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoThe Birdcage||When Neal decides to hang a life-sized birdcage in the bar of The Inn to put his top notch female staff on display, Rhonda warns him that his little stunt may be against hotel policy. Downstairs, Larry gives Gus insider information about female guests checking into the hotel so he can sweet talk them into tipping him better, but when Larry starts collecting a percentage of Gus's earnings their relationship takes on a whole new meaning. Meanwhile, Nicole has a meltdown when she realizes Neal has not asked her to work a shift in the birdcage, and Audrina Patridge from "The Hills" attempts to check into The Inn.||21:15||$0.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoDosing||When it comes time for performance bonuses to be given out to the staff at The Inn, everyone is on their best behavior to impress Rhonda and Neal. However, when Neal fires a bartender on the staff for no good reason, Rhonda is at his throat and they are sent into a stand-off fight, leaving little time to dedicate to allotting the staff's bonuses. As Larry, Nicole, Molly and Gus try to figure out how to reconcile Rhonda and Neal, the philandering owner of The Inn and his wife stop by the hotel for the weekend, and neither is shy about their affections for certain members of the staff. As the owner's wife pursues Neal, Rhonda steps in to try to save him from an intoxicating situation.||21:44||$0.99||View in iTunes|
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Corny & predictable
This show is corny with run of the mill dialog and stereotypes. The writing isn't funny, the plot is stale and it's not very entertaining. I can't believe anyone would view the pilot and rate it at 4 stars unless they were related to the actors.
Not as bad as people say.
The characters are interesting, give this show some time. I see it really going somewhere. Remember when Friends first came out to bad reviews? Chill out people.