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I really liked this show. It was very interesting in style, like a mini-documentary of ordinary people and their relationships. There was so much that rang true, attitudes and reactions, that this show should have been given a longer try.
The fast cuts between the comments of one person and the successive comments was hilarious. This show was not better than "Friends," but it seemed to be truer in a general sense. It was almost like an anthology.
I hope that some of these unique little shows survive into the DVD realm. While there are only a handful of episodes, combining the two version (1992 and 2000) would make a nice little set.
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