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Let me say going into this, I love Jenna Elfman and I think she's a talented comedian and actress. Maybe it's because Dharma Montgomery was such a defining character and thus is difficult to follow up, but this somber junket of a show just doesn't showcase her talents at all. I've now seen three episodes, and I may have chuckled two or three times in total. The cast is likable enough, but the writing is far too formulaic and the stock characters are ill-defined. This sitcom isn't even as well done as the one it replaced, "Out of Practice," and believe me, that's not saying much. If you haven't seen it yet, don't bother. It'll be gone by spring.
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