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His frustration leaves him little more than a douchey malcontent. Wes Cunningham plays it with such a sour note. It's hard to root for him. In fact, it's hard to watch the train-wreck. There're good performances from Amy Acker and Tony Hale. The music is good. The problem remains that the guy is so frustrating that it's a hard watch.
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