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I have to start off by saying, how the hell does this have a higher rating than Delocated?It's basically the SAME show.The only difference is that this show isn't funny.I have loved Jon Glaser for years and even though he has a definite comedy style(his mannerisms are 99% of his act), I can't believe that he has run out of ideas and I'm the only one who noticed.I don't mind that he got a bunch of the cast from Delocated(and Neon Joe) for this show, that makes sense.They were great on those shows, why not give them another shot?I do mind that the show is completely unoriginal, right down to the wife who doesn't want to be on the show.Over the years I frequently missed Jon when he didn't have a current show but those days are over.Now when I see him I wish he would go away forever.The lowest rating allowed is one star but this show is far below that.(He hasn't written for Conan since Late Night)
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