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All I remember about this show was the laugh-track after every line of dialog.It was insane.I could not watch the show after the 1st 10 minutes.I thought it was a satire on the use of a laugh-track.For example: Dialog - Hello How are you? (Loud Laugh-track) Dialog - I'm Fine (Loud Laugh-track) I think they purposely wanted to get the show off the air.Gabrial Kaplan did not look very comfortable in that show. He seemed out of his element.
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