Crown the Town is a half-hour comedy series starring Ryan Long on a ridiculous and relentless pursuit to find the best people, places and things and crown a winner. The series' unique ... See full summary »
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Crown the Town is a half-hour comedy series starring Ryan Long on a ridiculous and relentless pursuit to find the best people, places and things and crown a winner. The series' unique format delivers a combination of absurd sketches, music videos, interviews, stunts, and special guests, while featuring Ryan and his gang on a quest to find the Best! Written by Crown The Town

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One man. One city. One crown. See more »

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Ridiculous. But Not In A Good Way.
11 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

It's ridiculous that this show even exists. Rogers TV makes a lot of stinkers I guess because it's public access (J.R. Digs, Sketchersons, this show Crown the Town) that nobody watches except me when I'm bored and just want to get angry at something awful. Who is this guy Ryan Long and why did somebody say "hey this guy should be on TV?" Is it because they think his tattoos are interesting or maybe his longish hair? Do they think he's some kind of rebel? Do they think he's funny? None of these things are true he's just some guy on TV for no apparent reason. A lot of the bits are him desperately trying to recreate Tom Green or something but he's just not very likable or funny and has no real talent I've been able to see after watching more than an hour of his useless crap. The production quality is good but that means nothing when there's nobody interesting in it or any funny moments. Did anyone even write this stuff or do they just make things up as they go along with their zany T-shirts and stupid antics? Not funny or worth watching at all.


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