Critic Consensus: Warm and funny, The Unicorn finds humor in unexpected places and shows off a whole new side of the talented Walton Goggins.
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I'm happy to say that [Walter] Goggins makes the shift into conventionality and rectitude effortlessly.
[Walton] Goggins fares fairly well in this very tamped-down mode, even if a number of his previous characters clearly would want to choke Wade Felton to death.
Just the type of series that'll make parents happy they don't have to drive to the theater for their dinner-and-a-show date night.
Of course, we shouldn't be surprised that Walton Goggins can anchor a family sitcom. He's a great actor, that's what great actors do.
Goggins is good in this sitcom, surrounded by a solid cast that works hard to sand the edges. He does too. When he pulls out a frozen parm, the last of the dinners he got after the death of his spouse, he starts to tear up.
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