Burned, I was skeptical about trying out the other girl-power season premiere, starring Judy Greer. For years, Ive loved Greer, who paid her dues as the perennially quirky-best-friend-sidekick (13 Going on 30, The Wedding Planner, 27 Dresses). Even though shes a funny, sympathetic actress, I think her looksyou know, like a regular person instead of a plastic surgery cyborg of perfectionkept her from nabbing lead roles. So I was beyond excited to see her get her own show, Miss Guided (despite its being produced by Ashton Kutcher). Its a cross between Never Been Kissed and Romy and Michelles High School Reunion, where she plays former-nerd Becky Freely, who goes back to work as a guidance counselor at her high school alma mater. Watching her hide behind a car while her rival (a total former prom queen) hits on Freelys Spanish-teacher crush is a heart-swelling rush. The flashbacks to Freelys high school yearbook are hysterical, even with a few clichéd jokes about headgear. A few days after being crushed by Jezebel James, Miss Guided restored my hope in (TV) humanity.