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as Alice Murphy
as Montez Walker
as Karl Hevacheck
as Bradley Murphy
It's a painfully funny and slightly frightening observation about growing up.
Although the situations can sometimes become farfetched as is to be expected in a comedy, you're right there with the three of them because as well as making you laugh, after a while you can't help but care what happens to them.
The thing that works so well with this show is that the majority of "The Business Trip"-and all other episodes for that matter-is nothing but hilarious one-liners.
The third season is by far the best season to date and not only have the jokes been tighter, but the secondary characters have become more interesting, the settings have become more diverse, and the plots are more meaty and elaborate.
Welcome to another 10 episodes of drug-soaked, sex-fueled, juvenile and often scatological humor delivered so shamelessly you can't help but laugh.
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