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I have been watching this show for a long time, and have laughed during every single one. I now cannot wait for the next one.
I have absolutely no idea why anyone thinks this is bad show. Episode 4 is very funny, on my opinion. The start was only a little funny, which may have put people off, but it shouldn't have, as the rest of the show is funny, amusing and good! It's really nice to have a fresh new sitcom on the screens, and it's child-friendly (no swearing etc). This show will be finishing soon, so you might as well give it a good ending. I know that people like sitcoms, I've seen many people watch episodes of 'My Family' and 'Ther Vicar of Dibley'. It's just like that, but with a different plot, cast and crew. I beg of you to watch this. It is a really funny show every Thursday, 8pm on BBC1.
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