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Wow, whomever distastes this show is, if you don't mind me saying, f@#king retarded. This show is hilarious and has practically every joke David Cross has ever written in it. You call yourselves David Cross fans...personally I think you should stab yourselves in the heart(Elliot Smith style)because you are worthless and it would put us out of the misery of accidentally reading your useless commentary. Plus, who can resist Will's sexy voice? I mean, COME ON! Now all they need is Jason Bateman to guest voice on the show and it'll be "off the hook!" I haven't seen enough episodes to rank it close to Arrested's genius, but it seems to be well on the way. If you like David's style of comedy, I would highly recommend the show, and be sure to look at the background of all the scenes. There are some pretty funny drawings and what not.
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