I just finished watch episode 2, "the Lemon" and the show is really starting to pick up steam, and finding it's groove. The sheer talent (improv wise) is pretty damn cool. Being a student of improv myself, you can see that they are starting to get comfortable in the characters and starting to riff more, and flesh out the nuisances of their individual characters. And the supporting cast is just as phenomenal! I'm telling you, this show is only going to get better, just give it a chance to breath. Now a days, if you don't hit in 6 episodes your done and I hope this doesn't happen to this show. Lastly, it's got a son of Wisconsin in Leggett, and that's alright by me.
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