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The writing in this series made me laugh and smile, and at times gave me the wonderful cringe factor that made the characters so realistic. The entertainment industry can indeed be as subversive and opportunistic as the comedy demonstrates but its reliance on the characters is where this shines. There is a warmth to them, and the cast manages to gain a level of sympathy with the viewer.
The writing in this is on almost indeed on a par with Gavin and Stacey. I imagine that the humour is a little too much for some people. Yet its execution and timing are a masterpiece of TV.
10/10, and hopefully some more episodes...
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