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Sep 14, 2013 1:25PM

Yeah, fat **** people are funny, since we can relate to them.  I wish the Hollywood writers would be put through the garbage disposal they deserve.

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Fall 2013 TV trends: Motley crews and more adorkable ensembles

Here's what you can expect this upcoming season

By Michaela Sinclair
Special to MSN TV

With dozens of pilots set to premiere this fall television season, we've caught on to the many trends that have emerged to help you navigate your upcoming viewing experience. In this fifth part of our series, we take a look at fun-filled casts as seen in the upcoming series "Super Fun Night," "Undateable" and "Brooklyn Nine-Nine."

Somebody was bound to notice the big void left by ensemble comedies that took their final bows last spring and from those preparing for their upcoming farewell season. The Matthew Perry-led series "Go On," about an eclectic group of people in therapy, wasn't able to go on; Michael Scott and his team closed "The Office" and the doors to the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company; and Liz Lemon's "The Girlie Show" ended with the finale of "30 Rock." (Nerds!) Even the "Happy Endings" crew had no happy ending when it was canceled last spring after three seasons. And this fall, we actually meet the mother in the final season of "How I Met Your Mother" as Ted Mosby and the MacLaren's gang begin their swan song.

Bing: 'Super Fun Night' | 'Undateable' | 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine'

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