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I am very picky about sitcoms. Even the ones that are hot right now (i.e.: "Just Shoot Me," "Will and Grace") are either OK or utter crap. I really admire Steven Weber, I think he's a highly underrated comic actor. And the show was good. Believe me, even some of the best comic actors can have crappy shows. "The Michael Richards Show" is a good example. But I liked "Cursed" (or "The Weber Show" as it was later titled), I didn't think it was the funniest show on earth, yet I didn't find any flaws in it either. That short, chubby black guy (I forgot his name, but he played Lela Rochon's lover in "Waiting to Exhale") is another fine actor and he was good as well. But the world of television can be really harsh, and usually I don't blame them for cancelling most of these lamebrain shows before the season's over, but this one had potential. Damn you!
My score: 7 (out of 10)
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