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The whole time my face was a flat line unless I cringed at how hard the hosts were trying. It's highly unfunny and almost embarrassing to watch. There's no wit or anything redeeming. It could be funny to potheads, perhaps. The main host is just awkward and uncoordinated while his girlfriend, mainly a slightly-pretty-prop, faux laughs uncontrollably. At first I wondered, is it me? Is my sense of humor so out-of-tune with what's popular in society? So I decided to look up reviews on the show and it turns out I'm not the only one who finds this show completely awkward. You could find hosts by randomly selecting a comment on 9gag and having that person run the show and it would still be funnier than the show in its current state (or any previous state for the matter).
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