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After reading some reviews bagging the show, it's basically forced my hand into writing a review (which I don't really do...).
To be completely honest, I wasn't sure how I felt about it at the beginning of the pilot, but the characters grew on me and I'm now quite fond of them. Some of the lines (especially with their witty delivery) I found hilarious and after watching 3 episodes, am eagerly waiting to see more.
I think it's worth a watch - I find it great for unwinding after work and not having to think too hard, but if you pay attention you'll notice the more subtle humour that might be overlooked by some of the more obvious laugh lines.
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