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I'm really happy this show has been renewed. I'm not nutty about any of the individual actors except Fred, but as an ensemble they somehow make the corny overdrama work. This effort is greatly assisted by the theme music which absolutely perfectly captures the feeling of the show.
After watching every episode, I feeling tickled and lighter. I think the tone of the show is uniquely Canadian. Even though it is nothing like Kids in the Hall, it reminds me of the perception created by the Kids that you are watching quintessential Canadiana (in a good way).
I hope they can keep up the pace, because I'd really like this show to last.
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