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I'm really glad I gave this show a try. Typically I'm not interested in sketch-comedy shows.. mainly because they come and go so often and (not since Chappelle's Show) has one stood out and actually been consistently funny. I gotta say, this one has me laughing 80% of the time. Stevie Ryan is great with the impersonations that she does. The writing is not always necessarily that clever but I love the fact that the show just mocks pop-culture relentlessly. It's definitely mean-spirited and malicious- and I love it. I'm gonna go ahead and assume that this show won't have a very long run, but I'd take time to watch a funny show like this over 99% of the other garbage to choose from.
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