Alpha House (2013– )
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Follows four senators who live together in a rented house in Washington DC.

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Re-election battles, looming indictments, parties, their Party... these senators need a drink. And a new housemate. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama

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19 April 2013 (USA)  »

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This show was inspired by a 2007 NYT article, "Taking Power, Sharing Cereal," about the living arrangements of Senators Dick Durbin, Chuck Schumer and two other congressmen. See more »

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Senator Andy Guzman: Hey, Robert, what do you think I should read? The Bill of Rights or emails from my ex-wife's boyfriend?
Robert Bettencourt: You've probably got time for both. Listen, are you still looking for a place to live?
Senator Andy Guzman: I am. I am. Why?
Robert Bettencourt: 'Cause Louis and Gil John and I are looking for a roommate. And you seem like somebody that could really use a room.
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References The Colbert Report (2005) See more »

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Javier Voltaje
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I thought it would be better...
20 November 2013 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Now with all the political shows on TV and Netflix, I expected something more intelligent and thought-provoking, but this was a one-sided anti-conservative propaganda. I forced myself to watch the whole pilot episode, but became uninterested after 5 minutes and really felt like I wasted my time finishing it. I consider myself mostly liberal too, and this insulted my intelligence. If Amazon thinks we're all liberal idiots who will laugh at anything anti-republican, then they really demonstrated it by producing this show. There was nothing particularly funny or original, it just poked fun at all the same old stereotypes of conservatives. I expect more from a studio trying to compete with the content Netflix is creating! Amazon is playing little league, while Netflix is advancing to the majors.

If you have respect for your own taste in shows/movies, I would not waste a minute on this junk.


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