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Comedian Jim (Jim Jefferies) is on a quest to become legitimate in life. Constantly encouraged in his by his best friend "Steve" (Dan Bakkedahl), and Steve's brother "Billy" (D.J. Qualls), Legit is one misstep after another.


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    • Legit show, illegitimate cancellation.

      This was a fine show, one of the most humane and human on TV. Instead of giving it a decent run and letting it build an audience, what do they do?

      They run it in two short seasons, at an odd time of the years, then trash it.

      Sometimes people need time to find a show. They also need time to develop a kinship with the characters. Some of the most successful shows in television history took time to find their audience and their niche.

      This show never got a chance.

      Big studios and tv stations are wondering why they are struggling. Its not all because of the internet. Its because there are no longer smart people running the show. There's no one left in Hollywood who has any idea at all where the everyday people are at anymore. They don't have a clue.

      This show, had it been allowed to run, would have become an international favorite for years to come.

      Instead, we're probably just going to be handed more reality trash or boring propaganda shows that are neither funny nor smart.

      And Hollywood wonders why they can't find the new Archie Bunker, or Fonzi, or Mork, or Dick Van Dyke, or Mary Tyler Moore. Well, its because they've all been tossed in the trash before they get a chance to prove their worth.

    • Best comedy on TV, extremely underrated

      For the past season and a half, I marveled at the fact that only one episode out of them all was borderline boring. All the others featured TOP NOTCH acting from all the actors concerned, genuinely funny stuff, genuinely cringe-worthy stuff, and some good emotion as well. Fingers crossed that it lasts as long as possible. Check it out if you haven't - smart, ridiculous and funny at its best!
    • This is a great show

      I can't remember the last time I enjoyed a show this much. It's funny, sorta clever, a little cringey but best of all it's got heart. It makes me feel good and gives me a chuckle and it's far from sickly sweet. I really hope this sticks around ....... please.
    • Going to Hell

      When I laugh sometimes I feel like I may go to hell for laughing at the jokes on this show. But I fell in love with the show. It's rude and funny as hell. Not everyone's type of comedy but if you love comedy that is just wrong then you'll like this.
    • A clever, humane and versatile show

      It took me a while to get interested in the show, but after about four episodes I watched them all. I love how they treat another interesting topic in each episode, and I also find it very funny.

      Above all, it is not offensive at all, as some proclaim here. On the contrary, it is one of the most humane shows I know. It strengthens the rights of all people to be just "normal" human beings with all their strengths and weaknesses. For example, it's just great how Billy about always turns out to be the bravest of them all, but of course also often has the biggest mouth. If you don't understand it, I can't help you - but hey, you don't have to watch it, just return to your family sitcoms of the 90s!moreless
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