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Karen Malina White
4 friends travel the world to nations like Turkey, Nigeria, and Malaysia, to explore the people and places rising to power. On the road, they discover the next generation of powers and explore their own happiness on the trip of a lifetime.
I'm quite a fan sitcoms and I've probably seen most of the reasonably good ones by now. I also tend to follow the supposedly mediocre. However, this sitcom is by far the worst one I've seen. The jokes just fall flat; I'm sorry, but that's the way it is.
The show deals with marital life and unfortunately the points it tries to make are dismissed far too easily. They're also generic and the jokes used to make them are uninspired. There simply isn't any innovative subject matter like in Seinfeld, Frasier, The Big Bang Theory or other great sitcoms.
I don't usually review IMDb items, but after seeing this I felt compelled to warn others.
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