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This sketch works on two levels: Firstly, as a parody of the hit ABC show, but secondly, as a celebration of people who are actually good at their jobs. Lena Dunham’s new employee is agog at how quickly Pope And Associates perform their duties, but in a way that idolizes rather than denigrates such speed and skill. It’s a subtle approach that yields huge comedic dividends.
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