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I watched a bunch of episodes of this, somewhat below average, sitcom out of curiosity. Now, I enjoy Bullocks acting and looks no matter what she's in. I found this sitcom pretty bad. It's a combination of bad acting, being outdated, and lame, unfunny jokes. I didn't even chuckle once. It's also pretty forgettable. I've only seen four episodes and can't, for the life of me, remember anything about them. Bullock's talent was obviously already wasted here as she shines brighter than the rest of the cast. On the other hand, I didn't feel like I wasted time watching this. It just wasn't funny in the least bit. Probably why it was canceled! If you're a DIE HARD Sandra Bullock fan, check it out if you have the chance. Otherwise...stay away.
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