Four people living together in an apartment can give rise to a lot of funny situations, especially if they are as different as these four: Fredrik is the nominal apartment owner, a bit ...
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A Swedish show concerning the fates of some dorky Swedish Vikings. The show is mainly about a viking called Lill-Snorre and his friends, including Tyke Mörbult who has a below average IQ, to put it mildly. How will they survive? A small group of friends, in a small village called Midgård.
The first appearance on screen for Bert Ljung, a normal teenager who's diary Swedes have been able to follow in well over ten books now. As in the books, he fights spots, looks for girls, ... See full summary »
The local authority wants to close down Roy and Roger's gas station and instead build a motorway where it is positioned. Roy and Roger try to stop it, of course. Will they succeed? Will ... See full summary »
The mother Morran (Johan Rheborg) and the son Tobias (Robert Gustafsson) lives together in a broken house with car wreckage in the garden. They are outsiders of the society and tries to solve every-day problems in unusual ways.
Percy Nilegård has gotten in to the commercial radio business. The radio station rents premises of the fire station and its chief, the self willed Greger who's in charge of six well built ... See full summary »
Four people living together in an apartment can give rise to a lot of funny situations, especially if they are as different as these four: Fredrik is the nominal apartment owner, a bit superior to the others, currently "between two jobs". His girlfriend Cilla would prefer that they lived there alone, without Fredrik's crude brother Jan-Olof or the young cab driver Anton.Written by
Extremely awful attempt at a sitcom. In fact, it's so bad that when Swedish journalists showed a couple of episodes to the writers of Friends (itself utterly worthless) they fell asleep. That's how bad this show is. It's supposedly a comedy series yet fails to entertain even in the slightest. Everyone overacts, especially Olle Sarri and Johan Ulvesson. Mediocre actors spouting flat, painfully unfunny jokes in absurdity. The bizarre thing is, the Swedish audience love this show. I don't know why. And the fact they put a laugh track on these awful jokes is mocking and extremely condescending towards the audience. Laugh, damn it. Laugh. I think I'll pass, thank you. Avoid like the plague...
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