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After seeing Whitney in a stand-up routine on some cable special, I had to give her new show a chance. I was not disappointed.
Other than the canned laughter, which producers feel the need to run every 8 seconds, the show has fresh faces with sharp wit. Whitney says what women should be able to voice - and that's the sharpness of this show. In a society where people expect women to have a limited intelligent contribution, Whitney dares to challenge the status quo without being offensive. To round out the lead roles, her boyfriend on the show does not play a wimp, but is a second person that can match her vibrant approach to life.
Watch it more than once and Whitney will charm you with her flair.
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