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Everything that the negative reviews of this show report is valid. It begins at an incredible level of vulgarity and I came yea close to moving on in the first five minutes. I'd only hope that no adolescent male ever takes this as having any relation to the actual reality of courting women, let alone succeeding at it.
But I did stay with it, for no other reason than that the concept was really inventive, and some of the jokes were pretty good. As the show develops, much of the moronic vulgarity morphs into lively and credible characterizations, a lot more common sense than anyone could expect from the horrid beginning, and - as hard as this may be to believe - there is a considerable amount of wisdom in the discussion of relationships, and men and women. The jokes are very, very good, and the actors are uniformly excellent. So first impressions tend to be not very accurate. I think the notion of the creators' was to show this male chauvinistic fog gradually lifting, but they badly miscalculated. I don't really blame any viewer that gave up after the first ten minutes.
But the bottom line is that I found the show inventive, funny, actually rather sensible, and worth the time. Eight stars just to lift it above the magic 7.0.
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