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OK, I know that I really like Jaime Pressly because she is simply HOT, HOT, HOT, but she can really be bloody funny and this show is a really good comedy. I haven't seen Katie Finneran in much comedy, but between the 2 of them, you are going to need a thick towel on your chair because you are going to wet your self laughing. Who would have thought that you could take the horror and struggles of going through a young girls teenage years and make it an appealing comedy for the family. I give this show (I HATE MY TEENAGE DAUGHTER) 8 out of 10, but only so there is some room in case they make a few episodes even better.
Happy Viewing from Mike.
PS: if you don't find this show funny, see your Doctor immediately, because you have either lost your hearing, eyesight or your mind :-)
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