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Before I saw the show I just saw a barrage of hate for it on Twitter and thought, might give it a miss. But then happened to catch it one night and well, it could be that my expectations were really low, it wasn't bad.
The show centres around 3 flatmates who are friends since school and still haven't really grown up. Each episode is full of silly humour that is worth a laugh. You have the lovable idiot, the sensible nerdy one and the get rich quick scheming one.
Sure the acting is not Oscar worthy and the plot is stupid and silly, but that's how it's meant to be. It is just a mindless comedy to watch after work when you really don't feel like putting any effort or thought. Watch, giggle and laugh and relax.
When first watching it, the acting and theme reminded me a little of the IT Crowd as to how the acting is over exaggerated and the plot is ridiculous, but that really is its charm.
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