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Michael Jai White,
I saw this when it first aired, I was actually curious and somewhat optimistic about it at first, but literally the entire time I did not laugh, giggle, or even grin at anything. I thought it was just very boring and uninteresting. I decided to watch again thinking that it could have just been the one episode, but no. I actually put all of my attention into the show for the full run time and did not find a single thing funny at all. Added with the odd art style,the fact that there is no stories, it's just a sketch comedy with no funny sketches, watch robot chicken instead, they put more time and effort into it and it's actually funny. In short it is not surprising that they only air this show for 15 minutes at 11:45 on Sunday, it is honestly just a waste of time.
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