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You have to be kidding me? Why would Fox not pick up this show for a second season? There are very few shows on network TV that are this good. The show is very funny and smart for a change. This show ranks up there with Modern Family as one of the best network shows on. I have heard that Fox has picked up the options on the cast's contracts, which leaves a little hope. Fox has made mistakes before, such as Family Guy, which we all know how that has turned out. I hope they give this show a real chance to have a following, which I'm sure will happen. Everyone I have introduced this show to has loved it. I am going to be very p-d off if the show doesn't continue. I hope this network has learned from it's mistakes.
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