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Laugh out loud commentary on human behavior. I agree with prior reviews that this is a smart comedy. I haven't laughed out loud from a TV show that much in a while. Every line and scene is well thought out and clever.
It almost seems like a guilty pleasure to be able to watch it. I tend to be a sarcastic person myself. Maybe that's part of the appeal to me. There are multitudes of such moments.
I should point out that this show has definitely grown on me with each episode. Each character adds depth and dimension.
I highly recommend this show!
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