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Pretty much all I know about Sweden comes from travel books and subtitled foreign films.
[Cut to a "Swedish film"; a barren winter landscape narrated by a man and woman speaking in Swedish, with English subtitles]
When does the bus come?
The bus never comes.
Then I want to die.
We all want to die.
I hear ABBA is considering a reunion tour.
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It is interesting and very entertaining. You don't expect some things and the insights about foreign culture are original when compared to other shows. Sure some things are said with sarcasm or hyperbole, but that s how he writes his narrative.
Cool show. Cool guy. The production values are good BTW. Remember, in these types of narrated shows most stuff is intentional.
The show is original and every episode is different. See the episode on Russia if you want to see the show at its best.
Final rating: 10 out of 10 and the best show on the travel channel for all the above reasons.
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