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I agree completely. The Fox comedy execs don't know what they're doing. They do a pretty good job picking dramas, but they are clueless as to what comprises good comedy. They pick a good one now and then, but I think it's just from the law of large numbers. Watch the first episode of "Family Guy" after they returned (only after DVD sales kicked the execs in the ass) for plenty of examples. They also replaced "Arrested Development" with "Stacked". What a bunch of boobs. Fox does not deserve "Next".
One of the problems Fox has is their refusal to find a slot for a show and stick to it. During the first run, "Family Guy" bounced around on the schedule so much it took a full time assistant to track it. It's like they were playing "keepaway". TV audiences are creatures of habit, and Fox hasn't figured that out yet.
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