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Discard the pilot episode reviews because it gets so much better!
Well... the pilot is the worst episode till now, and we already get to see 4! So, if you're in doubt, don't see the reviews from people who just saw the 1st one, because it gets so much better, and by 4th episode I was already laughing hard with some moments, definitely the best till now and a great episode overall!
The pilot kind of gets the feeling of How I Met Your Mother, and I think it was intended that way, but the next episodes are definitely different and much better, and the feeling completely disappears. Another great thing is that the characters turns out much more likable and believable.
So, my recommendation is: please don't discard the series just because of the pilot, because that is the worst episode at all levels, and the others are so much better!
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