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The Comeback is polarizing and pitch-black, then as now, and its receptive audience will be include die-hard viewers as well as those who admire its meticulous execution, but can’t bear to watch Valerie sink so low.Created by: Lisa Kudrow and Michael Patrick King Starring: Lisa Kudrow, Robert Michael Morris, Lance Barber, Laura Silverman, Damian Young Debuts: Sunday at 10 p.m.

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Season two’s show-in-production is Seeing Red, a dark, pay-cable dramedy created by Paulie G.

(Lance Barber) and starring Seth Rogan (playing himself) as a barely fictionalized Paulie spiraling into heroin addiction while working with Valerie on Room And Bored.

“It’s a different reality, and I should know because I was there at the beginning with The Comeback. The difference is, this time the self-reflexive praise is well-earned.

Back then it was just me and people eating bugs on Survivor. Of the show’s many oddities, the oddest thing about The Comeback is that it was aired and canceled prior to the debuts of The Hills, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and The Real Housewives Of Orange County.

Valerie was a captive of her first reality show, which was a condition attached to an offer to appear as Aunt Sassy on cheesy sitcom Room And Bored, the other meta-show nestled in The Comeback’s narrative tesseract.

But in season two, the initial “raw footage” the audience sees has been commissioned by Valerie as she prepares a sizzle reel in the hopes of landing the same type of C-list reality show she once balked at.

Juna (Malin Akerman) was Val’s co-star on Room And Bored, but now barely has time to chat with Val, having reached megastar status.

Valerie’s life can be tough to watch, as she bounces between being loathsome and being pathetic while the story pelts her with slights.

Put simply, The Comeback is the same as it ever was, and more highly concentrated. The performances remain stellar all around, including Barber, Morris, and Laura Silverman as Jane, the crafty producer on Valerie’s reality show.

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