I'm sure that this is something you, the audience, have never been introduced too before or after me. This program is a comedy series from Syria, the land of my origins. This type of filming is something I'd like to do, or wish that American TV would learn from. They make very good use of the camera, actors, story, props, and music. I know some arabic, lingually, and recently learned the alphabet. I'm a slow reader, but it's my way of knowing what is being read. The way its written sounds different than when said in dialect between people. Not like you'll understand just by me explaining.
Unfortunately, Syria being a third world country, has no real disbtributing company. If you want to watch something, it may be on tv, or it is available by bootleg. This show is very old, possibly 1990 at the least. Because of no distributors, there is no extra material to learn. There are magazines which do have interviews with the cast and crew, but I'm not able to track them down. Merchandising is nothing like here, and we here are not organized like Japan. So all you get is the show. Which is more than enough, because one episode can fill you up, and still leave you for wanting more.