I was going to review Fox's new Jamie Foxx-produced sketch series "In the Flow with Affion Crockett" for this week, but it's pretty terrible and not worth dissecting.

I was going to review Fox's new Jamie Foxx-produced sketch series "In the Flow with Affion Crockett" for this week, but it's pretty terrible and not worth dissecting.

If you're looking for something funny on TV, here are three comedies airing right now that I highly recommend. These are laugh-out-loud funny but carry some depth. They each have a low entry point, meaning you can jump in and not really miss much.

"Curb Your Enthusiasm"

Now in its eighth season, the neurosis of Larry David is probably best enjoyed if you've seen it all the way through. But as much as I think David is an a-hole, I've got to give him credit, because "Curb" is having a pretty strong season so far. And the finale, titled "Larry vs. Michael J. Fox," sounds amazing.

"Wilfred"

This quirky little comedy - about a man, Ryan (Elijah Wood), who sees his neighbor's dog, Wilfred (creator Jason Gann), as an Australian man in a dog suit who pushes Ryan to let go of his hang-ups through unorthodox and often unscrupulous methods - maintains a good balance of humor and heart.

Why does Ryan see this dog as a walking, talking, bong-hitting man? It's not entirely clear, but we get some clues down the stretch of the season.

"Louie"

If Larry David is too much of a jerk for you, try Louis C.K.'s brilliant opus - he writes, directs, stars, edits, etc. This season has presented a more serious tone, and it's an outstanding juxtaposition to go with Louie's caustic humor. "Louie" is one of the top two shows on television right now, with "Breaking Bad" being the other.