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The only thing I can say to those reading this or checking up on this series. Avoid this show like the plague and let it die out fast. This show is just sad and bad on all levels. Paul Gross does nothing but put out garbage now. Sad, cause I used to be such a big fan. The acting is low level, the voice over during the episodes are better left out as it seems to only tell me what I already am aware of making its viewers just feel dumber than they already do for having tuned in. The vegetarian jokes are very tiresome as people as a society have grown used to the fact of this fast growing lifestyle some (not me) choose. Having the Rocko Jocko meatatarian making it "gay" not in so many words is insensitive and just immature on the level lower than that of an ignorant high schooler. I found the show to have racist undertones as well as sexist ones, which when delivered tastefully could be funny, sure. But this is something they fail at miserably, making their characters look like ignorant, backwood rednecks instead. Don't give me that small-town mentality stuff either, it's a lame excuse for stupid, embarrassing behavior.
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