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Tuesday, May 11, 2021


Senior Eddie Kramarevsky, an environmental science major, has recently been watching “Malcom in the Middle” on Netflix.

Q: What have you been watching on Netflix?

A: “I just finished ‘Malcolm in the Middle.’”

Q: Who introduced you to the show?

A: “I used to watch it when it was on TV as a kid and then I decided to sit down and watch the whole thing.”

Q: What do you like about the show?

A: “They’re labeled as a dysfunctional family but they’re a normal family that just gets into some weird situations.”

Q: Who is your favorite character?

A: “Hal. He’s in his underwear for half the show. He has his quirks, like he can’t stand hospitals. He’s a very dynamic character.”


Storyline from IMDB: An offbeat, laugh track-lacking sitcom about a bizarrely dysfunctional family, the center of which is Malcolm, the middle of the two brothers who still live at home. His eldest (and favorite) sibling, Francis, boards at military school because his parents believe it will reform him and keep him out of trouble. Malcolm often has a hard time coping with his family life, but he has more troubles to contend with when he starts receiving special treatment at school after being diagnosed as an intellectually advanced genius.

My Review: This family seems pretty clueless, but they’re smart in their own ways of destruction and just plain weirdness. Boys will be boys, but these boys have most ridiculous ideas, which makes the show hilarious. Young Frankie Muniz was a great little actor that completely makes this show because he seems to be the most normal one in this family. There doesn’t seem to be one orderly thing about this family and the sheer outrageousness of this show is what makes it entertaining and absurd. The crazier the situation is, the funnier it is.

My Rating: 4.25 out of 5

Seasons Available: 7

Number of Episodes: 151

Average length per episode: 22 minutes

Genre: Comedy


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