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Well, yes, agreed (with jesse-26) it *is* good for a few laughs. But to claim that "... only certain people can appreciate..." (it), as jesse-26 did -- um, isn't that comment a bit self-righteous? Isn't that comment a bit, um, typically ...
I mean, that's the attitude of Toronto's intelligentsia. That they're sooooooo far above the rest of us (Toronto being the "center of the universe", of course), and that the rest of us -- especially red-states and blue-provincers -- could not possibly understand these deep intellectual ramifications.
Because, after all, given we don't have Master's degrees and PhD's, since, if we did, we'd live in civilized places like Toronto or Boston, etc.
And, "...if you respect the characters you'll really get the humour..." -- again, more of the left-wing, high-brow, intelligentsia "holier-than-thou" Toronto thinking that really burns my butt.
Other than that, I love the musical scoring in Billable Hours; top-notch.
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