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29 out of 52 people found the following review useful:
Awesome, 27 April 2009
8/10

So far, since there's only been three episodes of the show, it's been pretty great. The third episode has definitely been the funniest so far, i feel like it's going to gain momentum and really prove to be just as funny as it's cousin "The Office." P&R has gotten generally positive reviews, and as for the negatives i say let the show grow. it's only been THREE episodes, "The Office" was NOT an instant classic if you all recall, it was on the chopping block a few times (and also had to try and crawl out of the massive shadow of it's brilliant British original). Amy Poehler is one of the funniest comedians right now and deserves her own time to really shine. Aziz, from the hysterical one-season sketch show Human Giant, is definitely a scene stealer, as well as Poheler's scowling, anti-government boss. It's got all the right ingredients to become another comedy gem. Give it a chance, relax, and let the best Thursday night (8:30-10) line-up on NBC pump you full of awe-smacking awesome. oh, and lighten up ;)

5 out of 13 people found the following review useful:
awesome, 2 April 2008
10/10

I love this show. Obviously Trevor is the brains of the operation (and pretty much the funniest guy on the show). The subversive completely absurd and hilarious twisted nature of Whitest Kids is only for people with a twisted and weird sense of humor. Well, it works better if you do, but it is definitely one of the funniest show son TV right now. Though I love this show, I do have to say it is NOT for everyone. If you're a fan of subversive humor check it out, if not then you probably wouldn't be interested. It's kind of like Kids in the Hall on crack. Give it shot, it's not everyone's cup of tea, but i guarantee something will make you crack a smile.