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Published: Friday, Dec. 20 2013 12:00 p.m. MST

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sg
newhall, CA

I'm sorry, I really tried to watch this show and found it to be dreadfully unfunny. If this is what Mormons with blinders find to be funny, then they are missing the humorous bone. I'll pass on this one.

Dot
Smithfield, UT

I thought I was the only one who didn't think it was funny. Glad someone else doesn't either!

GTOBoomer
USA, UT

I'm a Mormon, and I didn't find these episodes funny, either.

Mathwebb
mesa, AZ

We can all agree that humor is subjective. So I am not surprised that there are some who may not like Pretty Darn Funny. Searcing today's TV channels for humorus programming, I was saturated with gratuitous body exposure, endless dialogue about bodily functions, irresponsible sex, drinking, drugs, and violence. I actually witnessed three persons murdered in cold blood...and this was called comedy? Pretty Darn Funny certainly does NOT fit today's typical comedy genre. THANK-YOU PDF for being bold enough to create a comedy style that does not degrade humor into something akin to watching animals on Wild Kingdom. I found it both creative and funny. I really enjoyed your parodies of Downton Abey and Footloose.

mothership
Lenexa, KS

I'm thrilled that the entertainment world is sitting up to take notice of something fresh, original and absolutely entertaining on the web - good call that they nominated Pretty Darn Funny for the recognition badly deserved. As a fan from the first episode of season 1, I am having a hard time waiting for the next season to be announced and can't wait to see what excitement the gang creates next. Especially loved the Downton Abbey rap, Hungry games and Footlose Videos. Bring Gracie back!

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