From Scott Stinson of the National Post:
- Canadian comedy by comics & committee
It’s hardly a groundbreaking premise — brothers who are not alike? Madness! — but the show has promise. It is packed with gags, some of them quite good, and it neatly taps into the geek ethos that has become more mainstream in recent years. It’s clever and creative at times, such as a tightly shot scene in the premiere when Terry and Peter resolve a dispute by voicing action figures. For a minute there, it was like watching a scene of Robot Chicken. (A good scene, too.) Read more.
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