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Some of the episodes started off a tad slow, and one or two of the guest stars needed improvement. If this show(consisting of only 12 episodes) had lasted longer, these improvements could've happened. This show is nowhere near as bad as the IMDb rating suggests, it is actually witty, warm and most importantly funny! The scripting is often hilarious, and this was made possible by the brilliant performances from Tim Curry and Annie Potts, who share a great chemistry. Luke Tarsitano is quite appealing as Daniel, not irritating really, and Marla Sokoloff is good as Gwen. Out of the supporting turns, Liz Torres and Steve Carell come off best as Rose and Yorgo. Two of my favourite moments were Tim and Annie singing "I'm Bonnie, I'm Clyde" and John Ritter in drag, all but to name a few. Overall, a short-lived and underrated show, if given the chance I think you will like it! 8/10 Bethany Cox
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