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Season one was promising and a good set up but season 2was very self indulgent and became a perpetual girls night out. People this insane couldn't possibly exist anywhere but in LA! It becomes a gong show of dysfunctional narcissistic women living their second childhood. Adult women acting like 15 yo girls. I barely made it to the end of the second season and won't watch anymore. Gag me! Life is one long party for these poorly written shallow characters. If these characters weren't so childish all the time it might be a show worth watching. However the situations are superficial and repetitive full of immature bad decisions. I found it painful to watch and inane much of the time. I really don't know how many times I have to repeat myself to get the minimum of 10 lines. People need to be warned how much of a waste of time this show became so quickly. That this show has gone 5 seasons shows how shallow and intellectually numb most viewers are.
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