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Revolves around a character named Jake Gray and his friends that have been playing a deadly game called "The Pathway", which eventually spirals out of control and threatens a worldwide epidemic of violence.
FOX canceled the show after five episodes aired. See more »
Can I talk to you about something?
[Petey turns the liquidizer on and looks concerned as he explains something]
Well... All I can say is don't go on that website again.
Some people just love horses too much.
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In the distant future, when all remnants of the sitcom laugh track have been eradicated from human memory, then, perhaps, this show will seem quite amusing. As is, it came across about as funny as a mosquito bite. The `campy' jokes which saturated the show seemed, at times, quite good. Otherwise, they were either tedious, embarrassing or in poor taste.
Bottom line: whether you like the show or not, the laugh track must go.
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