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Eva van de Wijdeven
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Jochum ten Haaf,
Awkward and uncomfortable in the most hilarious way
"Jeuk" is a Dutch TV-show that I find myself getting drawn back to quite often. The acting is good and the situations are lifelike and believable.
The protagonist seems to always find himself in the most uncomfortable or awkward position possible. This is often partly due to the selfish way he treats others, but still his actions are really understandable and you could see yourself doing the same thing. Also his friends seem to often manipulate him or catch him at just the wrong time in the wrong place, which still makes you feel sorry for the character.
All in all this is a very amusing show, with every episode usually cracking me up at some point or another. The perfect solution if you feel like cringing over actually good content.
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