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How this ever got made is beyond me. It is not at all funny. The humour is below the level even of a teenage boy who'd laugh at the mere mention of anything to do with sex. It's simply pathetic and childish jokes that almost make me feel embarrassed for the writer, knowing that someone has written this thinking they're funny. If the writer was trying to be controversial, then he's even failed there, it's not funny, it's not offensive (except to human intelligence) it's just bad...so very very bad. And just to add to the misery the acting is awful, if there is a single redeeming feature of this show i haven't found it.
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