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While it's 30-minutes long (with ads), it was no sitcom. The 4 main characters are all sad sack whiners that we don't really care about - it's hard to argue too much about Kelly Hu since she was saddled with a racist role. There are no jokes - if they are, its poorly written and poorly executed. The showrunner/creator must have had clout to get this sitcom okayed as clearly no one writing this show/producing it or approved this series should not be working in TV. Hopefully this was the last show anyone working on the "creative" side of this show. This series and the fact it aired is the reason most people have stopped watching network TV. It's one thing to swing and miss - everyone is entitled to a project that just doesn't work but this one - everyone just took the cash.
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