Hosts Tina Fey, left, in New York, and Amy Poehler, in Beverly Hills, Calif, speak at the Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night. Photo: NBC via AP
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'Nomadland,' Borat film, 'The Crown,' 'Schitt's Creek' win Golden Globes

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Schitt's Creek is labeled as a comedy, but it's not funny. Tried to watch it and be entertained, but no

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Perhaps you don’t get the subtle humor. I found parts of it hilarious but to each his own.

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Tina and Amy have gained some weight. Their thigh gap is almost gone. Two funny and very smart women.

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mokuyobi: "Schitt's Creek is labeled as a comedy, but it's not funny."

I guess it depends on your style of humor. I thought it was very funny for the most part, but in a clever, witty way -- not the brainless humor of gakki no tsukai or the equivalent (granted, I like that, too, sometimes). That said, SOME of the jokes on Schitt's Creek were gag-worthy, but on the whole I'd say it was quite a funny show. It was also quite moving at times, so I can see why it might not sit in the same realm of comedy as your typical sitcom.

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Is this "Schitt's Creek" supposed to sound like a dirty cuss word?

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@gokai_wo_maneku

Yes, it's a genius play on words isn't it?

Soon Britain will release a new detective series called Fish and Chips with the 2 lead characters being named Dawn Fish and Chips O'Henry

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Does "Schitt's Creek" come without a paddle?

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"Donald Trump is contesting the result!" Baron Cohen joked 

comment of the night !

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Jane Fonda, 83, used her lifetime achievement acceptance speech to make the case for elevating all voices in Hollywood, saying that stories "really can change people."

Marvellous!

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