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The reviews of this show are really cracking me up. It's a show about some people at a bar for one night, but the reviewers seem to be expecting Chekhov-level depth, and depth, and character. Are you kidding? What do these reviewers act like at a bar? People go to drink and have fun and maybe hookup or maybe meet someone. These reviewers must be such total buzz kills.
I like this show. I think it's really funny, and it makes me laugh out loud. I loved the episode with the Hawaiian guys. The guy who plays Bruce is hilarious and I'd go see him do standup. The bitchy girl is somewhat intriguing. The dialog is unexpected and unusual. I find the show different. It doesn't take itself seriously, and it suggests that the viewer not take all this love crap seriously. It shows women what guys are really like at a bar, and that is a super helpful lesson for any woman who thinks she's going to meet the love of her life at one. (Disclaimer: Well, I did meet my husband at a bar. But that's unusual.) I could do without the English guy and the girl with the voice of a two-year old.
I hope it gets renewed.
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