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The previous reviewer may or may not have had a bad day, but that didn't matter. They were right in saying how terrible this show is. It is completely unoriginal and corny - but not the kind of corny that you laugh at. It's sad. The characters have terrible lines and the canned laughter is a bit much. On the other hand, the canned laughter seems to know when things really aren't that funny--because the laughter is weak. The only reason I saw the pilot was because they happened to show it on a Thursday night during "The Office" time slot. I set a timer to record the office, and instead I find this poor excuse for a show. I don't see this show getting better. I watched the second episode just to see if things would be better. Of course, I was even more disappointed. I would have to say that this is the worst comedy I have ever seen--if you can call it a comedy. I don't care if it cancels or not. I just hope that they never postpone "The Office" to show "Teachers" in it's place again.
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