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Three single people attempt to find love in the big wide world. Sounds kind of like "Game On", except with one crucial difference. It doesn't have any jokes in it.
When the best thing about a TV show is the title sequence, you know something's wrong. Yes, welcome to comedy for undemanding 8-year-olds and the simple-minded. Laugh until your ribs ache at the repeated f-words and c-words. Split your sides at the on-the-nose crude 'dirty talk'. This is what seems to pass for comedy these days - all stylish opening sequences, big-name actors and no humour whatsoever. I can't honestly blame the three leads, who all deserve better, for this. I'd like to see the greatest actors in history salvage this train-wreck.
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