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Since the recommendation before me was obviously written by a studio exec I want to say this show should be canceled and all copies should burned. I love Megan Mullally, but even she couldn't rescue this sinking ship. Not only are the lines predictable and droll but every one of these "mothers" have to force their horribly written dialogue. Cheryl Hines is possibly the worst offender, her out of breath mistimed quips shadow anything good this show might offer. Every single one of these woman look nearly 20 years to old to be playing their characters! Don't waste your time trying to find the laughs because they are few and far between.
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