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This show is really two shows. Pre season three and post season three.
Before season three the show was like the office, the main character is an idiot doing the best they can but failing. The show has very awkward humor and is really funny.
Post season three the show becomes very light hearted and goes for more the comedy the show is known for. It's about a smart capable main character who is a bit weird going against a bad system.
The show is really good and it can be very funny but the change is jarring and I know people who only like post season three and people who only like preseason three, I think this is also reflected by some reviews.
I recommend the characters are awesome.
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