The country’s tallest guy found a shoe that matched his size. People continue to watch it for the same reason: it is familiar. It is no longer always about quality, as it previously was. It’s all about trust and familiarity. The sitcom’s relational concept demands closeness between artist, medium, and audience like few other art forms.
Despite the fact that the sitcom has been on the air for ten years, it still has a certain fascination and vigor among Ethiopian viewers. The program may be past its prime, and the script lacks inventiveness and color, an unavoidable outcome of years of cramming every “funny moment” into a limited number of circumstances and people. The actors’ performances have gotten so entwined with the characters that it’s often difficult to tell them apart.