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Written by Timefox881 on August 3, 2021

This, along with stuff like Inbetweeners, Black Books, Friday Night Dinner etc, is an example of where Brits go a little overboard in rating their humor too highly. Plus, Americans hear a British accent and think it must "British humor". There's nothing British about the humor in this show. It's standard, straightforward universal sitcom humor.

None of these shows are doing anything challenging or inventive. It's safe predictable joke after safe predictable joke. You can see the formula like a baseball pitcher winding up his pitch. And the punchline comes right when and where you'd expect it... read the rest.

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