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This is my first review ever. I was motivated when I saw how the average reviews of this show were so far off from how funny this show is to me. I am not sure how other folks don't find this show funny. It is. Since it's a little off the wall, I think it might be just a matter of getting used to it. As far as the quality of acting, I don't think particularly strong acting is a focus or a requirement of this show. It's strong enough to get the humor to come though, and it's a new show so I think they'll gel as time goes on.
I laugh repeatedly at each episode, and some people gave this 1 star. 1 Star!! That's just not realistic. I'm sure they didn't like it, but there's no way it deserved a 1. So, in order to try and even this out I'm rating it a 10, but really I'd normally probably give it an 8.
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