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Plenty to appreciate about this show. The writing and the acting make for a good time. I look forward to it every week. I'd like to catch these guys performing live. Looks like they have a lot of fun making the show, and it translates to fresh, inspired television.
The pace is good. They know how long a sketch ought to be, unlike some other shows where a sketch should have ended a few minutes earlier. This show keeps things moving.
I recommend getting the iTunes season pass. Our cable provider eliminated IFC from our package, so I'm glad to have found another way to watch the show. Check it out if you haven't already.
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