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I've watched three episodes and have to wonder how did a show this bad get made? Showcase deserves credit for Trailer Park Boys but this show is just really awful.
The humour is kind of like the office but does not work, the stories and jokes are so stupid. The episode I just watched had the main character spouting Star Wars lines through the whole show for no reason leaving me to wonder "was any of that supposed to be funny, cause it wasn't." Honestly I can't think of one character in this show that I like and it is a combination of bad actors and bad writing for the characters. The only character I like at all is the tall yuppy guy who can actually give his lines without making me want to turn the channel but I'm never watching this show again anyway.
Give this show a chance but I'm sure most people won't like it, it was unbelievably bad.
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