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If you are near or in your early 30's you'll find this show or at least parts of it, amusing. The pop culture references are perfect, if you remember anything about growing up in the 80's. The show can be over the top, however, that's it's charm. It's a none too subtle wink at how ridiculous growing up can feel, especially when you still feel like a 10 year old no matter how old you've become. The 8 episodes in season one should be watched lightly, not taken too seriously, and enjoyed thoroughly. "I Hate My 30's" is the perfect antidote for feelings of dread in your 30's. The cast is well chosen, and the characters themselves feel like someone you might actually already know.
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