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I had great expectations for this show when I saw the early previews of it. It seemed like the premise was brilliant. However, after watching a few episodes, what this show suffers greatly from is the writing. It is just too lethargic. What could be done with this show is simply not being done. You have a great cast who does the best they can do with the script, but until the writing is improved, "Crumbs" is on a crash course.
The first step to improving this show is to get rid of that laugh track. My God....if your not going to film it before a live audience, then don't use fake laughter. Plus, the volume is so low it sounds like people are laughing in the next room or something. Sort of a bizarre use of canned laughter I think.
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