This show is always witty and always has something eloquent to say about human nature and life in general. Geoff's comment on the basic truth of Romeo and Juliet is just one such example.
It's no wonder that Paul Gross and Martha Burns play well off each other, given their real life relationship. However, it takes impressive acting to pull off some of these closeups. Gross's transition from "weeping" to completely calm after speaking to Darren is also well done and hysterical.
The success of the ridiculous advertising campaign may be a little overdone, but I love this show enough to let such things slide. Any fan of theatre should watch this show.