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May 31st, 2020 under Apple TV+, Uncategorized

The people behind Bob’s Burger have a new animated show on Apple TV+, and Central Park something to sing about. I mean, sing-along with because it is also a musical. Each episode features songs that will get stuck in your head.

Birdie (Josh Gad) is the narrator of the story, and he is the busker at Central Park. However, the story is not about him. Instead, it is about the Tillerman family. Owen (Leslie Odom Jr.) is the park’s manager, and he lives there with his family. His wife, Paige (Kathryn Hahn) is a writer for a newspaper that can be found on the NYC subway because that is where the readers leave it. She wants to write newsier stories, and she will get that chance thanks to her son, Cole (Tituss Burgess).

Bitsy Brandenham (Stanley Tucci) is like Leona Hemsley. She lives in her high-rise across from the park, and she hates that empty lot. She is in real estate, and she sees all the buildings and stores she can build there. Therefore, she is going to do everything in her power to get the most famous park shut down.

Before she can do that, she must find her dog. She is offering a huge reward to get him back. What no one knows is that Cole has found the pup, and he wants to keep it to himself.

Since no one knows that Cole has a dog, people from far and wide are coming to the park to find the rich pooch. All the foot traffic is destroying Owen’s flowers, so he wants to find the dog first. What is he going to do when he discovers his son has the puppy all along.

There is a fourth member of the Tillerman family. She is Molly (Kristen Bell), and she is experiencing her first crush. Her first kiss will be something she wants to throw away.

Talking about garbage, we will get a whole episode about that. Yes, it has something to do with the evil Bitsy Brandenham.

If you love Bob’s Burgers and musicals, then you will love this show. Even if you don’t, you are still going to adore it.

They also capture some of the stuff that makes Central Park different from any other park. And I am not talking about the good things!


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