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One of the main things I love about this show, is how it has the power to transcend ordinary life to something so special. This show follows a n ordinary Parisian man, his dating life, his job(s), his friends and and daily life. The man in question is pretty ordinary, however through brilliant writing and directing this show is able to keep the audience entertained in every episode. One of the brilliance of the show is that, while his life is so simple and ordinary we don't get bored and can relate. We become the character because it is applicable to all of us. The writers and directors are also able to produce a show where each individual episode can be watched on their own, but put together have a story to tell. Each episode has just as much comedy as the previous one, it's smart, funny, original and will keep you laughing the whole way.
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