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The worst thing ABC Family's churned out in a while...
I can usually handle laugh tracks in shows but the pilot episode for this one was totally unbearable. The dialogue and character's actions were so unnatural, it felt as though I was watching some sort of high school script writing project.
The show tries to get us to like the main character, Gabby, by making her funny and poor. She's given struggles like a death in the family that's mentioned too early in the series for us to even care about it and the constant bombardment with jokes about how little money this 20- something aspiring chef has is just painful to watch.
The pilot had cliché after cliché, with characters acting and saying exactly what you'd expect them to. Every two seconds an audience was laughing at a joke and then waiting to laugh at the next. Don't waste your time with this one.
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