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Tries to be offensive but doesn't have the teeth to follow through. Not weird, not offbeat, not offensive, not cutting-edge, not silly, not absurd, not observant, not new, not good.
This is corporate comedy at its worst. Some TBS exec sees a stand-up who fits their demographic strategy and puts him into a concept that cannot succeed.
I watched two episodes and felt embarrassment for everyone involved. TBS really needs a scripted comedy exec with some talent. What they've put out the last few years (with the exception of Conan) is completely immemorable garbage.
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