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Stumbled on this show and really didn't have any high expectations, but I have been pleasantly surprised. I would suggest giving it a try, only 30 minutes a piece so easy watching. What are some other ones that you found that ended up being enjoyable?


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I just watched the first two episodes last night I thought it was pretty good.
 
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It is good. Unusual. Unpredictable.




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I caught a few minutes of the one where is fighting the tae kwon do guy. It was pretty amusing. I have been wondering if it was worth getting into. Sounds like it might be




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Hader is good in it. Winkler is excellent




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Pretty good cast of characters.
Worth watching.
 
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It's excellent.



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I like it.



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It is well done. Funny and dark at the same time.
 
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Hader is good in it. Winkler is excellent


I believe Winkler picked up an Emmy for his performance.


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Great series! Hadler is perfect for his role and the supporting characters are excellent. Definitely a "keeper"!!!


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