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The premise for the show sounded promising, unfortunately I then had the misfortune to actually watch it! I can't believe that somebody actually got paid for this garbage. Abysmal writing and the acting was truly awful.
I must admit that I only watched the first episode of this "comedy," which is set in the offices of a fictional ad company, maybe it got better as the series progressed - after all, it really couldn't get any worse, could it?
The series was written and created by Jonathan Thake. I guess he must have some friends at the BBC.
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