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Josh Malina's deceased dad had been a baker. The dad forced Malina to eat it every day. Malina wants to get a toaster so he can toast the last piece of bread that his dad baked and sprinkle it on his grave as a form of revenge. He sends Panes to the bank to open an account and get a free toaster. Through a series of mishaps, Panes ends up robbing the bank and forcing himself, Malina and Black to become fugitives. Meanwhile the bank teller gets fired and opens up an entirely separate subplot. The rest of the show is a surprise.
It's horrible. Touted as having some of the biggest stars and then guess what? You won't recognize anyone!
The story line is short bus stoopid and the entire production is simply uninteresting.
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