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 Jason Howell 13 episodes, 2013
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 Maggie Bronson 13 episodes, 2013
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 Mark Movenpick 13 episodes, 2013
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 Bartender 13 episodes, 2013
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 Gary Breakfast 12 episodes, 2013
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 Simon Clarke 12 episodes, 2013
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 Doug St. Bruce 7 episodes, 2013
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Satisfaction is a half hour single camera sitcom about being on the verge of adulthood, and struggling with the next step. Whether it's committing to a career, a relationship, or living arrangements, it's not easy being a twenty-something when you're torn between your immature past and your potential future. Written by DHX Media

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Not Funny
5 September 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

They say in showbusiness "Criticism is a Miracle" and that's true unless you're talking about the Toronto/Canadian TV arena. I understand that a lot of work went into this production, but watching it I kept asking myself "where's the funny?".

To write comedy you must find the "funny in situations, not funny situations". I would ask the writers if they have always been told "they're funny", have people always said "you're funny, you should be a comedian". If not, don't try to be funny.

One last thing. Only in Toronto do they think standup=writer and funnyactor=standup. They don't, and if they stop trying to stick square pegs into round holes they might have something. Also, if you can't write funny then don't.

Break a leg with the rest of the season, hopefully you'll find the funny. :-)


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