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The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret: Season 1 (2010)
Critic Consensus: David Cross brings a bumbling charisma to this shaggy series, but viewers may find the chronicles of Todd Margaret's poor decisions to be too mean-spirited and scattershot to sustain their interest.
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It's all exceedingly bizarre, which isn't necessarily the same as being funny.
It had a promising start... But events in London felt a touch understaffed, too loosely handled, too dependent on Todd's calamities.
There are genuinely funny moments within each episode. Unfortunately, these moments are surrounded by ridiculous situations and disgusting gags.
What makes this show worth binging is that plot, which is surprisingly more twisting than a ShondaLand show.
"Todd Margaret" is all about its own ad-hoc lunacy, and yet it holds up as a pretty funny take on American corporate arrogance and as a symbol of the shift the workplace comedy has taken in recent years.
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