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John Paul Tremblay,
I watched both episodes, which were released on its premiere date 7/26/14. It was refreshing to have two episodes released in a row, I can think of very few shows that have done that. The comedy was mostly enjoyable but at sometimes it wasn't there at all. For one of the few shows to actually make it in television the standards are high for the "online" community and they delivered spectacularly in the first episode. The second one seemed to keep the hype right there. Overall: +Good show +Comedy was there +Food was definitely "Epic -At times Felt like there were reading a script. This show has potential to be a great show, hopefully they won't drop the ball or forget where they came from.
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