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Haley Lu Richardson,
Maybe we have a thing for crass humor or maybe we just love Stevie Ryan? Either way, the show which features numerous skits, often with recurring casts, is a blast to watch. It's not for kids or overly sensitive adults, but it's great fun for people who don't take things too seriously.
In the show, Stevie will impersonate any number of characters in parody skits. I haven't watched half the shows she parodies, but just seeing the skits I immediately get an idea of the original shows. I think that illustrates how clever her show really is, and underlines the horrible quality of the original shows.
The show has gotten a pretty bad rating by some people here and I'm merely adding an extra opinion. I probably wouldn't have watched the show myself, had I seen it with a sub 5 or 4 rating, but I am glad I picked it up on a whim and I think people owe it to themselves to try at least one episode.
It can pay off to watch the show from the beginning, since a few skits return and evolve across episodes.
I recommend watching the show with a good friend or spouse who isn't intimated by a sexy comediatrix doing her thing to make you laugh :)
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