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So, I often run out of TV to watch and I enjoy acting and especially comedy. When I first watched "It's always Sunny in Philadelphia," I thought it sucked, now its my favorite. This show is one of those. You won't like it at first because you really don't get it, but if you give it a chance you will love it. It like always sunny, is a show that will spread through word of mouth, so HBO give it some time. It progressively got better. The chocolate-face aka Smouse was a great idea, not to many people paint themselves black and it's funny, and his remarks are priceless..."My new album" and so on. The chinawoman also great. Gram is however the best character, you almost feel like she is a real granny lol. If you have yet to give this show a chance go 4 episodes deep and you'll start to get into it. It is silly, but shows potential for another good HBO comedy so hopefully they'll get a 2nd season. I reckon it will do well mate!
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