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There is no much more you can say about it. The stories are boring, without any kind of interest, you don't connect with actors, etc. I was hoping for some "twilight zone" kind of show, but it's the opposite, there is nothing here to captivate you, just plain regular boring stories with endings that make you think "25 minutes for this???" Do you know when you are in the subway, going to your office and you hear a couple of persons next to you talking about small talks, or stories that you are not interested in? That conversations are way more interesting than this show.
Save your time and don't watch it, doesn't worth any minute.
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