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I love "Husbands". It reminds me of the sharp wit that was in classic sitcoms you might see on TV Land. The comedy is subtle and at no ones expense. Jane Espenson has long been my favorite writer. She has had her hand in "Buffy", "Caprica" "Gilmore Girls" and the new "Once Upon A Time". Husbands shares that same quick witted dialog. Brad Bell AKA "Cheeks" is impossible not to fall in love with. Alessandra and Sean round out the cast. Each episode is 2 minutes. You can get caught up on your lunch hour. Give it a try and review. Let's get a second season of this innovative comedy.
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