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Five episodes has been released in a DVD set. As with most Troma films, the gags in the TV series are a bit hit and miss, but never boring. This show pushed the envelope with its humour, and offered a refreshing change from the usual sitcom fare. The DVD actually includes scenes that were too extreme for the show, no small feat for a TV series that regularly had nudity (sometimes full frontal), R-equivalent sexuality, and other typical Troma elements. I hope that subsequent DVDs collect the rest of the run.
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