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Brandon T. Jackson
This is a watered-down version of HIMYM except the water is made of lame. Come on, I know exactly what type of episode it will be AND know what overused ending they'll go with just from the titles. I wanted to like this show. Judy Greer usually picks good projects. If she's being paid a large amount to be in this then she needs to tell us or we'll never forgive her. Sometimes the pauses for the laugh track are longer than the laughs. I don't know why they'd edit it like that but they do and the whole cast ends up holding their facial expressions for too long, and the American Pie guy can only do one expression: bewildered. It's the one he uses when Eugene Levy catches him impregnating a pie. I don't need to be reminded of Eugene Levy. This was going to be rated a 3 but while re-reading this, I'm now going 2.
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