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This is a different show for sure. I like it because of David Koechner's character. I don't think any promo made this out to be a high-minded show. Compared to the crap that Hollywood puts out of it's sit-com factory with the same lame jokes and lousy laugh tracks, this is a breath of fresh air. This is more like a stage show that is televised. Koechner demonstrates yet another unique character in his arsenal. I love his willingness to make an absolute fool of himself. I enjoy him in most of his film rolls. The "naked trucker" is a nice foil to T-Bones even though he wears no clothes. Its a shame there aren't more episodes!
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