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My room mate and I watched this show every week. We never missed an episode. We were totally bummed that it only ran one season. It was hilarious. There was a lot of playing of of each other, and tons of comedy. The acting was impeccably done. Each of the characters were so typical...any yet absolutely different. For example, the boss. She was the normal boss...yet she was really very sarcastic. She reminded my of two of my professors in college. The inter-office banter was, in many ways, realistic...yet light hearted. The clients that they dealt with were very realistic in nature. They often times were leaning of the door of desperation, which made them even more believable. This is my favorite show of all time!
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