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I am a HUGE Bob (and David) fan, and I was lucky enough to find this little gem. There are so many great people on this show: Jay Johnston, Jerry Minor and Jill Talley from Mr. Show, Fred Armison, Zach Galafinakis, and the awesome Brian Posehn. I really loved the two episode of this show, nearly as much as I love Mr. Show. In fact, a lot of the sketches play a little bit like Mr. Show sketches. If Bob, David and friends wrote more of the comedy on TV, the world would be a better place. My only complaint about the show has to do with the current events that are dealt with. I guess that this show was made for network TV and that's part of it. Still, I felt that one of the most important things about Mr. Show was that there was no time sensitive material that would some day be less funny.
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