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The comedy of this show is literally all based off of sex jokes. Every advertisement i've seen for it here in the UK involves sex jokes, mostly courtesy of the character "Larry". Sex jokes are funny when done right and done subtly, like in FRIENDS for example, yet this show is just outright unfunny with its joke delivery. As far as any other aspect of it, the show is extremely generic. Like Extremely. We've seen the characters and the plot 100 times, nothing about this show is different or unique. over all, its not the worst show i have ever watched but sure comes close. Jason Biggs does put in a somewhat likable performance, yet it is not nearly his best. As for the other actors, they are also very generic, so generic in fact that i did not even bother to learn there names before writing this review. Thats how little i care for it
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