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When you're hot, you're hot. No time in anyone's life is more like that than the 20's. Getting the job of your life, the girl to settle down with or the bachelor life forever, it's all figured out here.
My whole family just loves this series. All of us just wet ourselves laughing each and every episode. Such a basic premise but is so well written and brilliantly acted, you just can't wait to see what this crazy pair are up to next. The delusional Jess and doormat Josh are such a breath of fresh air for the small screen with their cringe worthy antics. Terrific supporting cast, in particular with Jess's on-off again boyfriend and Josh's brother. What we love about this series the most is the scathing social commentary that underlies the witty and poignant plot and dialogue.
Do yourself a favour and laugh at the hilarious schemes this pair concoct and execute, you won't be disappointed. This comedy is the best thing to hit the ABC in awhile so once again, thanks Aunty! You rock for getting great Aussie shows up off the ground.
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