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A really fun show for anyone who enjoys laughing and giggling a lot. As intended, the four leads balance each other. Kurtwood Smith is always a joy to watch and I hope he returns soon. I have enjoyed seeing Michael Badalucco and wish he was in more episodes. As a comedic actor he has the chops. Each episode plot seems new and full of imagination. Well, I am usually surprised. Maybe the budget could be increased so more things could explode. Nothing gory, please!
I really hope this show stays around for awhile. Kudos to CBS for adding an entertaining and wacky show to their lineup. Saturday night seems about right for those of us over 70 and at home.
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