Billable Hours (2006– )

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Three young lawyers find being a lawyer in a large corporate lawfirm sucks, and that it will take more than hard work to get ahead only to be rewarded with more hard work. They spend their ... See full synopsis »


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17 July 2006 | jesse-263
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| Very Wry Humour - I love it!
I love the directing and the writing in this series. It's very eccentric, wry humour that only certain people can appreciate.

The characters are wonderful, the witty dialog is what makes this show tick.

There is some blunt and lowbrow humour in this; not much worse than family guy and if you respect the characters you'll really get the humour.

I can't stop laughing when I watch this show and I highly recommend that you watch it; it also dissects society today in great scenes like "sensitivity training" when the facilitator says that handicapped is a derogatory word.

If you like family guy then you'll love this.

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