While the digital age has engendered a rash of substandard content, only a few creators have really managed to capitalize on the strength of the internet as a distribution medium. The unfortunate truth is that when anyone can produce and distribute a movie (series, talk show, etc.), then 99.9% of what's out there is going to be garbage -- or, to be charitable, good for a quick chuckle before moving on. What Dalton et al. have done is to bring true talent to the table, putting them in extraordinarily limited company. Top-notch satiric writing, A-level performances, professional production values (don't let the minimalist sets fool you), and flawless comedic direction make this an absolute must-watch (along with Barry Gribble's "Buddy Jackson," probably the only web sitcoms I'd pursue so avidly).
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