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Almost as good as Coupling, the original British show
I think the British show "Coupling" is funnier, but not that much funnier. This show is kinda funny, not laugh out loud funny, but funny enough as TV goes. Coupling isn't all THAT funny either. I like the characters on Coupling better, though. The characters on this show are more realistic. Coupling's characters are more exaggerated, caricatured. Office is a better cop of a British show, but I don't think it's as funny as the British version either. Seems the British are more willing to have outrageous characters, along the lines of Seinfeld's Kramer. The characters on this show are about as outrageous as the ones on Friends. I think they'd do better to make the characters less believable, more outrageous.
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