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Michael & Michael Have Issues 

Best friends and collaborators for over 20 years, Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter finally have their own TV show. There's just one problem: they are their own worst enemies.
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Best friends and collaborators for over 20 years, Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter finally have their own TV show. There's just one problem: they are their own worst enemies.

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Potential if advertised more lightly
23 July 2009 | by See all my reviews

It's funny I can check a box to say if this review contains spoilers to a show that Comedy Central spoils every single commercial break. To enjoy this show to it's fullest, just avoid watching Comedy Central's commercial breaks all together. Aside from that, MMHI is a show that is much more than just two guys hating each other. The pilot introduces this concept just to sink it in (as if the commercials didn't do that already), but after watching the second episode, MMHI is solely a stand out sitcom with skits and appearances on stage in between. To Michael and Michael's credit, they succeed at all three of these, which is not easy to do. If this show stays on par with episode two, it has potential.


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