With only seven episodes in the first season, the show doesn’t feel like it completely gets off the ground or hits its full potential, but hopefully that will occur in the show’s second season, scheduled to premiere in early 2010.
The first season DVD, contained on a single disc, includes episode commentaries and about 20 minutes of deleted sketches and jokes from a variety of episodes.
The DVD menu itself has to be mentioned as well — it is one of the most inscrutable things I’ve ever seen. If you only want to watch a few episodes and you want to watch them in order, you might as well select play all and stop it yourself when you’re finished, as the episode titles are scattered across the menu in no distinguishable order. Perhaps the joke’s on the viewer, if it is, it's not a joke that works particularly well.