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Mary Kay Place
So far the first three episodes have been enjoyable. Granted it is not the best show ever, but the characters have potential and it definitely has its worthwhile moments. Unlike the only other review so far, I actually prefer this to Family Guy. But I also prefer the Simpsons and American Dad over FG, I dunno maybe I am just too old for fart, puke and poop jokes. I really enjoy Tina and her lush-ness, Balthazar's dad isn't bad either by way of funny randomness. I could do without the dog-golf, but despite my love of dogs and hatred of anything that even resembles animal abuse, I still enjoyed the episode, and that has to count for something. Although I will forever miss King of the Hill, and Dale is by far the best character ever created. Throw in Balthazar's bolo tie and it adds up to a good Monday night.
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