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This show is the best comedy on television. It is wonderfully acted and SO well written and...oops, I thought this was the message board for F*R*I*E*N*D*S. Anyway since I'm on the Movie Stars board, I might as well put my two cents in. This show is the absolute...WORST "comedy" I have ever seen! These writers cannot think of any good jokes besides those godawful celebrity namedroppings? And the cast? The show shouldn't be called Movie Stars, rather a more appropriate title would be Acting Class. Especially Marnette Patterson. That girl is the typical "California-Girl-Blonde-Airhead" stereotype (BTW, she just makes us Californians look bad because that label is so untrue). Oh! Wait, it's seven o'clock. Time to watch F*R*I*E*N*D*S...now it's time for a real comedy.
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