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I specifically watched the first episode of "In the Motherhood" because of the IMDb reviewer that said it was so bad.
I don't know what that says about me, that I wanted to watch a TV pilot fail miserably, but I was compelled to watch. And, it was not bad. It was a little slow and strained, but many new shows don't find their footing until a few episodes in (or even a few seasons - have you ever re- watched early Seinfeld episodes - phew).
This show had some funny jokes with snicker under your breath results. I particularly liked the part where two of the main characters were telling the third main character "maybe you are asexual and that's OK, you can still live a productive life."
This show is a vehicle for three popular TV actresses (who's names I was too lazy to look up) to vamp. It is worth a look.
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