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Yeah, I know that is a big claim. I am sure that there have been shows that are worse than this one. But this show had network hype and big comic talents. What they ended up with was a horrible mess. When the jokes in a sitcom are not funny it's like going to a party where everyone is being goofy and stupid. You want to do nothing but get out of it.
There was nothing unique about this show. Other good current comedies use narration (My Name is Earl), creative editing (Scrubs), or a mockumentary style (The Office). This could have been a sitcom in the 70's, 80's or whenever. I think some of the canned laughter was actually from the 70's, 80's or whenever.
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