Valerie Armstrong

creator and executive producer of “Kevin Can F**k Himself”

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The classic sitcom couple involves a dopey husband who drinks beer and cracks jokes, and his pretty wife who’s always equipped with an eye roll for whatever comes out of his mouth.

AMC’s ‘Kevin Can F**k Himself’ transforms sitcom format by putting wife at the focus

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