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I just got my hands on 3 episodes and watched them. Brilliant! Take a bit of Monty Python, mix in a slightly more coherent and unified story line and add more surreal bits and transitions. OK, the acting is mediocre and some of the stuff is silly, but some is wonderful! If I could get more episodes (there were between 4 and 6 depending on where you check) or better quality, I would! I actually tried sending mail to various stars of the show and got no where. eventually, i spoke to a comedian who was a guest star who said he would check with Bob Saget who was also a guest star, but that never got me anywhere. I must say that Steve Guttenberg, Stuart Pankin and Edie McLurg have not returned my emails. This has been a 20+ year quest for me. To have gotten 3 episodes is an unbelievable thing for me.
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