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Whether he's an idiot priest or a superhero from another planet that just doesn't get it, Ardal is hillarious.
When I first saw this show, I thought it was kind of dumb and cheap, but it soon grew on me.
The show is about a Super hero who comes from the planet Ultron. He lives on earth running an herbal medicine shop. He falls in love with the woman he saved, but because she thinks he's daft, he has to prove to her that he's Thermalman and eventually he moves in with her.
In the second season they have a child who talks, but since they have to keep everything else a secret, the kid is a bit of a risk.
It reminds me of a mix between The Adventures of Lois and Clark and Third Rock from the Sun.
I give this show **** out of five.
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