I like this show a lot. It had a lot of originality, and a very good acting crew. There are lot of new talents shown here. For instance, Vladimir Savcic and Nele Karajlic who are, basically, the singers, have shown here great acting talent. The plot is excellent. It happens right after the war between Serbs, Croats and Muslims is over. The only thing left is a piece of no man's land for which they couldn't deal about sharing. The only object on this land is a café called Slozna Braca (Friendly Brothers) owned by Fiko Halimic and his brother Mute. The café serves for all three sides as a place for spying each other and making illegal deals. The main characters are actually two persons of every side - Zoran and Kecman the Serbs, Manjina and Miljenko the Croats and Fiko and Cenga the Muslims. The main plot is that in the café soon needs to arrive a secret package which is so important that it's the reason for the war, so whoever possess that thing will be one step ahead of everybody (irronicaly, it was never revealed what it was). So, all three sides are racing to discover what is it, when will it come, and who is going to bring it. The humor is great, because it's mocking the relationship between all three sides. It also mocks Serbian life and those around them, their speech, their religion...I think that the jokes can be understood even by someone who isn't Serb, which is a rarity for Serbian shows. The main flaw is the number of episodes. Only six of'em? Damn! Oh, well, it was fun while it lasted!