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Humorous view of DC politics
It isn't West Wing, but it's a lot funnier and more savvy than the critics have given it credit for. If you like political humor, give Alpha House a try.
Way too inconsistent in both plot and comedic effect, the show only rises on the legs of John Goodman's inherent likability.
My husband and I both crack up over this. If you are at all into any sort of politics or interested in human foibles, Washington D.C. or that particular species of human... "Republican" you should watch. If you like John Goodman... ditto. Watch for Bill Murray's cameo in the opening scene of the pilot... hilarious :-)
Nothing ruins the suspension of disbelief like political dialog that was too-obviously written by those who disagree with it. I likely share the writers' politics, but this show would be much funnier if it took some rhetorical cues from it's dramatic Netflix analog, House of Cards.