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Poor Taste, inappropriate behavior; It's all very gratuitous.. I love it!
OK, I'm an American (Anglophile) with some good taste. I enjoy independent films, art, and theatre, however there are times I enjoy the occasional comedy situation that is FAR from reality. I think those who gave this show a 1 out of 10 really need to take their own age into consideration before berating the show. Yes, I think most of the material is dry and objectionable, but that is what make the show gratuitous fun. The show has thankfully been commissioned for a third series coming in 2011. I think Ellen Thomas, who plays the principal, is brilliant; she was the best permanent addition to the show! This is the type of comedy that some either love or loathe, but if some find themselves loathing, give "The Inbetweeners" a try; that may be a better choice.
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