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It was nice to see the clean comedy about two guys that are older. We kept looking for it on TV. The idea of two single middle aged guys could really have some potential. Like to see more situations between these two. The work life, family life and female relationships if any could be developed. It would be nice to know more about these two and some of their everyday life. Both actors have been very funny in other shows so they probably could do a great job together. Kinda like the "Odd Couple" with Jack Lemmon. "Home Improvement", "Everyone Loves Raymond all had some cute scenes and this could too. Our family looked forward to the development of characters in what seemed to be the hope of great clean comedy about people that are older than 30. We saw a scene were one of the guys had a relationship with a lady. The other guy was a little jealous. That was really funny. The language was not full on swearing and everyone kept their clothes on! Now that is a novel idea.
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