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If you liked the Tracy Ullman Show, you'll love these girls. Reminded me of women in my old neighborhood for sure. The accents were spot on with some friendly jabs at the hang-ups and stereotypes of this segment of the Baby Boomer generation. A pleasant reminder that fresh young comedy is alive and well today.
It's like watching Seinfeld's cousins rambling on after a Barbara Streisand show, but these women know how to download an Iphone application. A three camera television show with the vibes and authenticity of a one-act play. The unique comedy of these two up-and-coming comedians is a brand I hope to see more of in the future. Great riffs between these two sparring comic pros whom seem wiser beyond their years as Ronna and Beverly. Only they know the limits of where their comedic partnership can take them, but this powerful female duo will certainly rank as one of the top female comedy teams in recent memory.
While I've seen them on the stage and thoroughly enjoyed their show, on the small screen is what suits these two the best. It's like a great SNL skit except you want this one to keep going. The sarcastic whit is biting and the Boston Jewish accents will be studied by linguists and bungled by future actors for years.
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