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I saw this in it's original one-show run, and have it on tape somewhere. I didn't think it was any worse than 75% of the comedies on TV. I know that if there had been a second show, I would have watched it. The word was out that this was going to be some sort of low-level, politically incorrect comedy show, and it was reviewed badly before it aired, so I kinda knew by the first commercial it would be gone.
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