'Duncanville' Season 1 Episode 2: Alice Cooper's character steals the show as fans cannot stop talking about it
Viewers seem to like 'Duncanville' after its second episode and the credit goes to the introduction of an online multiplayer game and Alice Cooper
After the pilot episode of 'Duncanville' opened to average reviews, the show seems to have picked up in its humor after the second episode. The credit goes to the introduction of an online multiplayer game and rock-and-roll references. What seems to have clicked the most with viewers is Alice Cooper's character.
Ever since it aired, fans can't stop talking about how the show is certainly better now. "This show, on its second week, I have decided is better than #BlessTheHarts. And not just because I am lusting after Dunky's mom more than I ever have lusted after Lois Griffin on #FamilyGuy. #Duncanville D-ville has a manic pace, great siblings (but still NOT the Belcher kids)," one viewer wrote and another said, "Disagree. I like this show. A LOT. Especially since it references Alice Cooper. The guy from whom Marilyn Manson stole his shtick. #Duncanville also, hockey. Did I mention how much I HATE raccoons?"
"#Duncanville tonight was hilarious I loved it," one fan posted and another wrote, "Alice Cooper helped!!!" Another fan said, "Hehe the children watching this have NO idea who Alice Cooper is. He's still alive, right? #Duncanville Jack Harris reminds me of the dad from #StevenUniverse."
Several fans spoke about how the show intrigues them after the second episode. "Well, this episode was definitely an improvement over the pilot. While the A plot had its fair share of flaws, it was still fun. I find myself enjoying the B plot a little more, though," one viewer wrote and another said, "I enjoyed the new episode of Duncanville about brother versus sister video game! It was so fabulous! I love you, Jing and Kimberly!"
A few, however, feel the show is not that interesting. "#duncanville just isn’t funny...or interesting. It reminds me of a more boring version of recess. Actually I think I’ll watch recess now," one tweet read and another said, "#Duncanville sucks rocks it's been 15min and no laughing. I give it 4 episodes until #canceled. #bobsburgers was LOL from the start. #FOX."
Nevertheless, the show seems to be picking up and that's a good sign.
'Duncanville' airs every Sunday at 8.30 pm ET on Fox Network.