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The only good thing that came from this series is that Will Sasso and Molly Shannon's flailing careers are finally over.They are two people who are barely funny and only tolerable in short doses.Which explains why all their movies are terrible.Don't get me wrong, I went into this thinking it was going to be hilarious.I didn't have much faith in the stars but I was sure that Patton Oswalt and Kurtwood Smith would help the show and I was right about that last part.They are the only reason to watch this mess.They supply the only real comedy, even though I had to rewind almost every time Oswalt speaks because his character's voice is not very easy to understand.This is the only show besides Curb Your Enthusiasm that I couldn't finish and there were only ten episodes of this crap.I was actually able to muscle through ten episodes of stupid gum jokes on Curb.I'm just glad this wasn't on Comedy Central because they would have let it run for five seasons.
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