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Such a let-down to see the hilarious Mr. Odenkirk slumming with this crap after Mr Show, Ben Stiller, and Tim and Eric.
It really takes SEVEN no-talent interchangeable white guys (with token "fat" guy) to come with up this broad, obvious attempt at comedy? The jokes come at a snail's pace and are telegraphed a mile away. I can't believe how boring, predictable and unfunny it is.
Tried to give it a fair shot but it's just plain lousy. And seeing Bob and Mr Show alum like John Ennis trying to boost these guys' credibility is just sad. Weak material, terrible pacing and editing.
Whitest Kids U Know weren't perfect, but they blow these guys out of the water. At least WKUK had talented performers that were distinguishable from each other.
Birthday Boys is garbage. Sorry Bob.
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