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I want to start off by stating the positive aspects: 1) It's the most realistic show on marriage that I have ever seen. There isn't a different problem every week that is solved by the end of the episode. Like real life, the couple's problems continue over a long period of time. 2) The cast is strong. 3) It has funny moments. There is only one negative - it is depressing. I usually love the comedy/drama mix. However, I like when the comedy outweighs the drama. The show's main couple obviously has very serious problems. Since their issues are so relatable, I often dread my future relationships by the end of the show, because I know that they'll eventually become somewhat like this couple's. I would definitely recommend this show to those of you who are not pessimistic like me.
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