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No matter how hard I tried, this could not catch my attention. A board meeting with long winded speakers whom draw out their words is more appealing. Snooze-fest.
I was excited about new comedies.. I began watching this comedy and it was flat.. the over-exaggerated English accent just toiled it to the ground - right when I thought it couldn't possibly get any worse.
My husband began begging me to change the channel, saying, "I just can't take this anymore! It's horrible!" I like to offer things the benefit of the doubt, but this was even too much for me. I began daydreaming.. about work! Yep.. time to change the channel.
I keep my eyes open for comedies with witty repartee, well written scripts, intriguing dialogue and characters whom are well played, well written and believable... none are found in this new comedy.
Oh well, back to reruns, at least until something which can keep me awake is released.
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