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This is yet another classic example of Comedy Central dropping the ball.This show should have run a lot longer.I have heard that Matt and Trey may have not wanted to continue but I'm sure money could have changed their minds.I usually hated jokes about George W. Bush being stupid.They got old fast and were not usually funny.It's actually the reason I stopped watching Letterman.But anyway, somehow I love this show.It uses every old sitcom cliché and I'm sure people will consider it unoriginal because of that but I think that's why it works so well.I only read one other review and it was exactly what I thought it would be, some fool crying about how they didn't call Bush a Nazi because that's what the media says you should think.Commies can't stand to see the truth on television, that's funny.Watch this show.
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