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New York-writer Arthur Garment moves to L.A. to write a book about his hatred of the city and its vapid and superficial culture, however, the longer he remains there, he finds himself growing increasingly fond of it.
Last night was supposed to be my big night to help you out, and you completely blew me off. You didn't listen to a word of my advice. I don't know why you came to me in the first place.
Neither do I.
Okay, now I think we see what happens when you don't come to me for advice.
Okay. You know what, Bess? There are some things I share with Annie, and some things I share with you. You get money, career, and what a flake Annie is; she gets sex, and what a bitch you are. It all evens out.
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Where do these unfunny "comedy" programmes end up?
This show has to be one of the worst I have seen, with dreadful acting and VERY poor scripts. So where do shows like this end up? unfortunately these shows never actually die, they are sold to cable networks and satellite in UK. They will buy any old rubbish just to fill out their schedules of repeats, and fill in the gaps between the endless re-runs of MASH! If you want to see comedy on your screens make sure that this is one that you avoid. We use comedy programmes to cheer ourselves up, yet this programme will only have you tearing your hair out in frustration.
Comedy writers should loom back at all the classic comedies of the past .... but not steal their material!
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