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I was so bored, I'd rather watch 5 consecutive repeat episodes of Family Guy. I hope this show discontinues and fills in the space with another Family Guy or American Dad episode.
It seems like such a waste of famous people that you should know, but aren't exactly surprised that it's not that funny.
I don't understand where it's going. It's hard to realize who you're supposed to care about. The animation has taken quite a few steps back and uses photography/video which does't add to the style of the show, but just makes you feel cheated instead. The show seems like it's trying too hard to be shocking or into the cut-scene routine, but it just feels awkward.
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