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It boggles my mind how anyone can find this funny...
I have tried several times to find some amusement in this program, but I cannot. The jokes are not funny and to me at least seem to be written by some of the worst writers in the history of comedy. This is beyond bland humour, and if this is what other Canadians find funny, then we have some serious character issue problems.
It's not smart humour by any means and each time I happen to "flick" by the show (and watch several seconds in the hope I maybe wrong) I ask myself how anyone can find this funny? I really did try giving this a chance but it is well beyond me.
Anyone trying to catch some great Canadian comedy check out "This Hour Has 22 Minutes" or even better yet one of Canada's best new shows in "Corner Gas".
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