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This show is awful. Chris Hardwick has to be one of the most annoying people on TV. His jokes and nervous demeanor are very annoying.. he's just unfunny. I can't believe he gets paid to sit on a couch and banter on for one hour about absolutely nothing. I like the show a great deal, but this "analysis" is vacuous. "So what would you do if there was a zombie apocalypse??" Think of those questions, asked for an hour straight. Another thing: all the actors and Hardwick do is kiss the directors and writers ass for 1 hour instead of actually talking about the show and what could or has happened. It's tiresome. It's just painful to see Hardwick nervously push forward through 1 hour of such a flop of a show.
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