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This Chicago-set sitcom follows the intertwined lives of six young urbanites trying to learn the ropes of adulthood. Through breakups and whatever other curve-balls life throws them, the pals stick together.
in today's internetz world, TV reviews matter less and less - watch an episode online, and if you don't like it, no harm done - after all, it's not a movie showing where you need to pay a ticket.
But Whitney isn't bad at all, and surely not as bad as the other reviewers make it out to be.
Perhaps it's the fact that i understand the characters, have been there (with the permanent girlfriend who burns for a marriage proposal that's not going to happen), or maybe it's my cynicism that's too close to the show's and makes me appreciate the jokes - in fact, this show makes me laugh; not laugh out hard, tears kind of laughing that Friends does, or the occasional solid laugh i get out of a Family Guy episode, but nonetheless, it's still plenty watchable for a TV show. In fact, i'd say that this show is about as funny as 2 Broke Girls is, and though neither is *that* funny, they both do well when your other alternatives are teen angst vampire chick-flicks.
Also, Roxanne is hot.
My vote: a cool 7/10
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