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I've been looking for a new show to watch this summer and stumbled on 100 Questions, the other night. I actually laughed out loud 3 times during the show. I was really entertained and found it a witty, sweet and enjoyable half an hour. So much so that I was disappointed as the show came to a close for the night and am anticipating next week's episode. I also loved that How I Met your Mother followed so I could watch one great show followed by repeats of another show I love.
David Walton, I particularly love in the show. He does a great job portraying Wayne. The characters are lovable and relate able and remind me of my group of friends. Definitely Check it out!
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