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This was the show that introduced me to Eric Schaeffer. He is now my favorite writer/director and I love his acting. Too Something used to follow the Simpsons on Sunday night and was absolutely hilarious. Nothing is funnier than the "self high five." I still do it to this day. Someone needs to distribute all the episodes on DVD.
The plot was fabulous. A writer that wouldn't let people read his work and a photographer who wouldn't show people his pictures. If you are a fan of this show than you need to check out the movie "My Life's In Turnaround." I'm still waiting patiently for Eric's latest movie, "Mind The Gap," to come out. I have yet to see it and really want to. If you remember and enjoy this show, then check out anything Eric Schaeffer has written, you won't be disappointed.
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