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I constantly search the internet for good comedy shows, because I love to laugh or at least be amused by television, which means I am living in state of likely disappointment. When I find something decent I want other people to know about it.
I will not go as far as calling this show brilliant, but after the two first episodes I have a fuzzy, warm feeling of anticipation about what is to come. I am probably not the right demographic, but, hey, I was partying in the 90s, and there are some references to those days. In fact, it might as well have been set in the 90s - minus smart phones.
The cast really works, the writing is even better, and the production will have no complaints from me. I have not seen this particular twist before, so full points on originality.
I recommend this show to anybody who likes their comedy a bit bent out of shape!
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