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linhcinderella asked:

I actually really liked the 5th season and tend to rewatch more episodes from that season. I think it's because the characters have more development. As much as I love humor, I still want the characters to be 3-dimensional.


I agree, character development is improtant and season 5 seemed to focus more on that.

The show has remained consistently funny after 5 seasons, so I give it that much.

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