Poppy arranges a blind date for Dan with the garrulous Katherine but it involves his pretending to be a doctor and when he comes clean she dumps him. Toby meanwhile is impressed by the dating profile...
Toby is initially horrified when Miss Pemberton tells him that he has impregnated her but decides to become more responsible and even proposes to her - though she turns him down. In fact the supposed...
I honestly feel it is my duty to review this show and warn people about how awful it is before they make the same mistake I did and waste valuable time on watching it. I didn't even have an account before I came to write this review. I made one just so I could warn people. That is how bad it is.
After being shocked on a daily basis by the horrendous adverts for this show on Comedy Central, I started to think that there's no way it could really be that bad or it wouldn't have made it to television, right? Oh how wrong I was. I watched an episode and had to turn it off after about 15 minutes because I was afraid of having a stroke from how hard I was cringing. This show is comprised of dire, recycled, cheesy-American-sitcom-esque jokes strung together by acting that I can't actually believe is legally allowed. I've had near death experiences more enjoyable than sitting through a full episode of this. I am saddened that the people at Comedy Central have decided to reward us for years of watching their channel by punishing us with this tragic show. Please, switch the channel while you can. It's not too late.
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