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It's really too bad that this show didn't catch on. It's certainly have its unique flavor. There's obviously some improv going on, and that's what so original about it. Sadly, they only made 13 episodes. Like all comedic endeavors, they have ups and downs. Certainly, this show could drag and make you scratch your head. But it deserved more.
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