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If you like Melissa McCarthy's humor, you will love this.
I have only seen the two episodes broadcast so far, and each of them have been really good. The desperation of three television writers to get a show produced hinges on their loose affiliation with Melissa McCarthy, whose name they drop during meetings with TV executives. At present, they are writing for an animated kids show called "The Fartlemans." (I think that is the name; it's something with "fart" in it) Their attempt to move past that particular writing credit and launch a new show has them doing some fast-talking to Hollywood big shots. This is such a good parody of that entire industry. If you like Melissa McCarthy-type humor, you will love this. Though MM's husband, Ben Falcone, has appeared in several episodes, MM has not as yet appeared, but I'm sure she will and am looking forward to that, whenever it happens. Falcone and McCarthy are producing this show. In the meantime, Nobodies is a riot, and I hope others will tune in for it.
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