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This is an excellent comedy show, there are a lot of characters from a few people. My favorite episode so far was where there is Govinda, the 2 guys talking about eating crayons, my favorites were those 2 ladies that keep on saying better things about their son, that Guru and when he plays scramble, that Uncle that rips apart things after saying don't insult me, don't chat etc,then that lady that claps her hands when she dances, Smeeta Smitten, Govinda, I'm a Punjabi girl in a Punjabi World, I know him too well. It's a very funny show, everyone should watch.
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