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Stephen Mangan is very talented and funny, and I had hoped this show would utilize his skills. It did not. The subject matter is more awkward and stressful to watch than funny. The director/creator David Cross is also generally funny in an off the wall kind of way but this show seems out of character for him. I like a little heightened tension in TV series but not from the start to the end of each episode.
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