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It's nice to see humour that isn't just off the wall...it is all over the place. I just love this show, and it's sad peple don't apreciate it. The concept is funny...where a family with luck worse then the unluckiest person. Is it far-fetched? dang skippy it is...that's the point. where normal things never happen, and the outlandish do...a show where something remote is also very likely. I also like the obvious gags and spoofs...like being possessed, terrorized by a obsessed girfriend/date. This is a gem, and despite the obvious cornyness, it's very clever and layed out. It will probily get canceled, cause people just don't get it...that's why we loose great shows like Family Guy....and keep bore fests like King of the Hill. The Pitts show...if something is to happen...no matter how remote...it will happen. I give this a 8.5 outta 10.
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