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Finally the comedy network has something to be proud of. I often saw this show advertised but never watched it until about a month ago. Now every time it is on I can't help but watch it.
The show is extremely funny and very well done. Jon Dore does a great job of playing himself, or should I say an alternative universe himself. The show always follows Jon and how he over comes his problems. He also interviews people on the subject the episode is about.
As of now I've seen about 6 or so episodes of the show, and each one has been just as funny as the last. Keep up the great work Jon and crew.
Ps. What makes this even better is that the show is made in Canada.
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