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This show wasn't always bad, in fact the last episodes that were aired, perhaps episode 4 and 5 were on par with any sitcom of this nature that has ever aired.
the concept of the show comments on American culture. The motivational speaker is both a good and a bad idea. Are we empty enough to run our lives on bob pattersons rules? The show showed us, that bob patterson, himself is empty.
The other issue is where do we decide that this is actually funny, that a mans struggles are humorous. If the show is too sarcastic, then we aren't enriching ourselves by watching it.
i wanted to and did give this show a chance, and given more effort jason Alexander would have had something on his hands. Maybe there was more comedy here to be developed.
Maybe he could have destroyed the entire field of self help books, by writing a book that completely convinces the public that the only self help book is yourself, which in turn destroyed popular authors jobs.
maybe then he goes back to school to become a certified social worker and a silly show becomes a serious drama.
thank you for reading
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