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    Perfect Strangers

    So for the last few weeks we've been watching episodes of Perfect Strangers, now more than ever since the world has gone to shit.

    Anyway, it's about as hokey as it gets but watching it again for the first time in decades, it's the physical comedy of it that impresses me more than the goofy one liners or sight gags.

    Bronson Pinchot and Mark Linn-Baker have really good comedic timing.

    Anyway, that's all. It's fun mindless escapism, no more, not less, but right now it's a welcome distraction.

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    I cannot tell a lie... I am enjoying rewatching this series.
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    Haven't seen it since it was on, but I did love it.

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    I started rewatching it last year when I saw it was on Hulu. Holds up way better than I expected. Need to see if the entire run is on DVD.

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    The first two seasons were good, but the way the characters just stagnated killed it. Same thing seemed to happen to all the Miller-Boyette sitcoms, actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy Parker View Post
    The first two seasons were good, but the way the characters just stagnated killed it. Same thing seemed to happen to all the Miller-Boyette sitcoms, actually.
    Later seasons are definitely getting formulaic and too 'catch phrasey' I guess, but they're still fun.
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    Are these on a streaming platform, or?

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    The whole series is on Hulu.
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    Stupid Canada.

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    Yeah, I'm in a Bob's Burgers group on Facebook and the Canadians are always lamenting the lack of Hulu up there.
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