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Saw this show for the first time tonight and must admit it did make me laugh several times while watching. Sure it is a bit on the silly side airing on the Disney Channel or Disney XD and the characters are a bit over the top. But really aren't all the characters in sitcoms over the top? Really the show is no more ridiculous than 2 1/2 men or the like and certainly less idiotic than Family Guy and the like.
What it does offer is a show kids can watch and laugh at some of the really dumb stuff and older viewers can watch and enjoy with out a 30 minute stream of sex jokes and offensive humour. One episode I saw had a good deal of semi dark humour as a girls dad/ record producer was having a funeral for her cat "Hip Hop". The band members thought the producer was saying the music style was dead and they were there to celebrate and say how happy they were Hip Hop was dead. Throw in a missing dead cat and some serving trays and I thought it was the funniest funeral since Mary Tyler Moore.
Don't let the "kids Show" label dissuade you from giving this show a look.
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