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I saw this show with low expectations, not expecting it to be that great knowing how FOX's Animation Domination has gone terribly down hill, and in all honesty, it's not terrible. I absolutely love the dead-pan, sarcastic, somewhat subtle humour. Reminds me a lot of the show Home Movies, a favourite show of mine. I love the fact that an adorable 7 year old kid acts like a rich young adult, to the point that he is oblivious that he is a child. The fact that his parents are two gay men is awesome, I mean come on it's 2011, about bloody time this happened. Not sure why people are putting this show down so much, it's not absolutely terrible. It maybe be out there, a bit rude, offensive, but hey, depending on the way you look at it, it can be quite funny. Sure it may not be the best show on TV, but it's a sign that comedy might be heading into a better direction. A direction of humour that isn't so silly and in-your-face like a lot of American comedy has been the past few years.
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