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Not funny at all. Awful Not entertaining and could not finish watching the first episode it was that bad. Poor acting and hard to understand some of the words due to rapid speech. Vote NO on this show. Not funny Understood the point of old married couple explaining to newer couple and giving them advice their experience. Didn't work! Please come up with something better. Stupid. Stupid. Stupid. The chemistry was not there. Seemed forced and so fake. Not natural. Poor acting. Resting this was not funny at all. Truly not entertaining. Fake forced bad. Just didn't go over as natural and things seemed very fake just like forcing it not natural and bad acting. Nothing good to say about it. Sorry
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