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I may go into a very boring discussion about the character development on this so-called comedy, but 'nuff said it's about a very annoying, frustrated woman who makes a very bad favor to single women all over the world. Situations seem like a recycling of old shows from the 60's, but under a very "contemporary" point of view. I live in a Spanish spoken country, and I gave the show the benefit of doubt, using the SAP feature on my TV to listen to the original English audio track (which I do with shows like The Office), but the stories never got me, really. The TV station struggles to make catchy spots announcing the show, calling her "modern", "funny" and borderline pathetic, "sex *is* Linda".
Thank God the series is over. Hopefully they won't make any reruns of the show, using air time they could use to broadcast, for example, BBC classics, like "Doctor Who".
Even "Changing Rooms" or any BBC news show has more hilarious situations. BTW, the Spanish dubbing sucks, too, big time.
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