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2 Broke Girls

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2 Broke Girls
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Awards

  • 2012 - People's Choice Awards - Favorite New TV Comedy - winner

Cast & Crew See All

Kat Dennings
Max Black
Beth Behrs
Caroline Channing
Jonathan Kite
Oleg

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1980 Comedy, Action & Adventure, Other

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