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It's Like, You Know... 

New York-writer Arthur Garment moves to L.A. to write a book about his hatred of the city and its vapid and superficial culture, however, the longer he remains there, he finds himself growing increasingly fond of it.

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Peter Mehlman
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2001   2000   1999  
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Series cast summary:
Steven Eckholdt ...  Robbie Graham 26 episodes, 1999-2001
Chris Eigeman ...  Arthur Garment 26 episodes, 1999-2001
Evan Handler ...  Shrug 26 episodes, 1999-2001
A.J. Langer ...  Lauren Woods / ... 26 episodes, 1999-2001
Jennifer Grey ...  Jennifer Grey / ... 26 episodes, 1999-2001
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New York-writer Arthur Garment moves to L.A. to write a book about his hatred of the city and its vapid and superficial culture, however, the longer he remains there, he finds himself growing increasingly fond of it.

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A comedy about L.A. from a producer of Seinfeld, yadda, yadda... Just watch.

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 March 1999 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Enkelten kaupunki See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Stereo

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Color

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1.33 : 1
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Most of the show's episodes are named after famous films. See more »

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Arthur Garment: No! He was not LITERALLY strangled with options. I'm sick of people misusing that word; how can you LITERALLY be strangled with options?
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The writing gets better and better . . .
6 May 1999 | by tergenevSee all my reviews

Having just caught a midseason episode of "It's like, you know . . .", a show I was probably predestined to like a great deal, and not just because they use an ellipsis in the title, I am continually amazed at the level of writing available on this half-hour gem. Very fast-paced and idea-filled, the scripts depend on none of the typical crutches of sitcom writing such as stupid misunderstandings and slapstick arguments. Instead, you hear hilarious discussions of . . . well . . . just about everything. And it's all done without that sense of solipsistic meanness so apparent in Seinfeld. Plus the show has a character named Shrug. Great writing and a character named Shrug. How much greater can it get? What is so good about the writing, you might ask. It builds throughout each episode, usually reaching a very nice and very funny climax at the end. The characters seem to be genuinely intelligent and creative people. The subplots are as interesting, or more interesting than, the main storyline of each show. And the choice of plots is as diverse and interesting as real life can be, without all of those stupid puns and slapstick misunderstandings usually written into most sitcoms. I very much hope it manages to find an audience.


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