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You know what I think? You're an idiot. And your son Petey... is a dipshit.
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The Start of Something
Written by Matt Simon, Ramesh Srivastava, Jason Chronis, Mitch Calvert and Jared Van Fleet
Performed by Voxtrot
Published by Glass Cheetah Music (SESAC)/Solar Hat Music (SESAC)/Blue Calliope Music (SESAC)/Dancing Paper Cut-Out Music (SESAC)/No Tsu Oh Music (SESAC)
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A fairly amusing show where Braff's character deals with a co-worker in a new job that had had a thing with his wife in high school. This comedy doesn't bring anything new to the genre, but is a fair watch overall with some interesting elements.
The Good: Appropriate length, Fair acting, Great gag reel (after some credits start rolling), amusing overall, villain is mean, but doesn't cross the line- after all comedies are not about sadistic, truly evil villains. They are usually funny, selfishly misguided people, and Bateman fits the bill perfectly.
The Bad: Too much slapstick humor, had more potential, some scenes were unfocused and with no real purpose.
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