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It's one of those shows which keeps the audience involved right from the start. I don't know whether it's just the presence and awesomeness of Joe which makes this an epic, but the great appeal it has as a TV show transformed from skits produced and released online is quite impressive. The TV viewers are introduced to a whole new lot of a talented community run for the purpose of providing beautiful things any being could ever imagine. It was impressive and I really have high hopes for the latter episodes. This whole show is based like a musical with a sub plot by which related videos are shown. Towards the end we see Joe performing, which is awfully great. I have been complimenting this show ever since I first saw the trailer. The viewers are aware of a talented community and this community has found a way to resemble itself in front of a huge audience quite bravely.
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