So I'm pretty excited about the new JJ Abrams show, "Almost Human." It's about a cranky cop (with a shiny futuristic prosthesis) and his optimistic robot partner who super wants to be human. Because it's a buddy cop show, they develop a unique friendship.
I like both of those guys, I think the concept sounds promising, and I typically like the way FOX does SciFi. Because I started watching Sleepy Hollow I've been subjected to about a million promos for the show and, since I live in LA, the billboards for this thing are everywhere. Surprisingly, the over-saturation hasn't diminished my interest in the series. But today I heard something kind of strange. Someone (TV Guide?) called it, "TVs first Ro-Bro-Mance." The rest of the internet (and FOX) ran with this catchy little portmanteau and now it's everywhere.
I don't have any problem with the word itself but, come on, TVs first Ro-Bro-Mance?
I don't think so:
These guys were Ro-Bro-Mancincing their way across the galaxy back in 1989.