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First of all, I started to watch this show without any expectations, only for easy entertainment. I liked the basic idea of the show, and all the simplicity of the sentence "I just want my pants back" sounded good to me. Maybe it's way too similar to How I Met Your Mother, but I still like it. The story had potential, but in the first some episodes, they've ruined it. The acting was poor, the hand recorded footage were too unfocused and so... I didn't really see the future in the show, but I gave it another go. And so I was right. The actors got way better, they started to build their own characters, and so the story got back to the main topic, with short side-stories. I think that's all I want from this show, to be simple and entertaining. So I Just Want My Pants Back is good for a teenage easy entertainment TV show, and if they'll put in the effort, and get all the potential out of the story, then it can be a very good production, that we will remember in the future.
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