A comedy like no other. For your sister and your mother.
Pretty Darn Funny is a comedy web series about life as a woman, a mother and...comedian.
The award winning Pretty Darn Funny web series started in April 2012 and has continued to keep thousands of people laughing. Pretty Darn Funny has won five Telly awards, honored along side other notable recipients such as Time Warner Cable, ABC Family Digital Media, and AOL Media. Its parody videos were featured on The 700 Club, the flagship television program of the Christian Broadcasting Network, airing in syndication throughout the United States.
Season 1 Followed Gracie Moore, a mom who gets more than she bargains for when she forms an all-female comedy troupe in efforts to clean up the local comedy scene. It features a cast of colorful, loveable characters. It will make you laugh. It might make you cry (from laughing so hard). However you spin it, we know you'll think it's Pretty Darn Awesome.
Season 2 is launching August 2013 and continues the craziness of Gracie's life. From battling crossfit and the pressures of Pinterest envy, to competing with the PTA president for superior fundraising cred, Gracie and the troop show that no matter what life throws at you it's always worth the laughs.
Each new “bite-sized” 6-8 minute webisode is released weekly and is designed for your busy lifestyle. (Meaning you can watch it in-between picking up your kids from soccer, making a fabulous meal that half of your kids will probably refuse to eat, and composing what is sure to be the best blog post ever written in the history of the world. You know, in all your free time.)
Pretty Darn Funny is your new best friend. Your new, very funny, best friend.
Everything Pretty Darn Funny is Brought to you by Deseret Book and Tinder Transmedia.
I haven't figured out yet how these episodes keep getting funnier but they do. I thought my budget was bad until I saw this episode. I mean watered down milk, like yuck. Showering and doing laundry at the same time is rather creative, but it sounds like a lot of work. T-shirts from the garbage with distorted brands (don't want to violate copyright). The family makes drastic sacrifices (no shaving cream, expired food storage for lunch) in order to afford their family portrait. But of course things don't turn out as planned. I won't tell you how because that will spoil the fun. Lots of laugh out loud moments make for an entertaining experience.
It was supposed to be a girls’ weekend in scenic St. George, Utah that would include shopping, trying out the local cuisine, and participating in a breast cancer fundraiser. The fact that one of the organizers of the fundraising event, a local doctor, disappeared two months ago was not supposed to be Sadie’s problem. In fact, she refuses to participate in the grassroots investigation her friend Caro, and Caro’s cousin, Tess, have put together prior to her arrival. But then she meets the ex-wife of the missing doctor. How could she not ask a few questions . . . that lead to a few more questions . . . that lead to a small town and yet even more questions. Before she knows it, Sadie is in the middle of yet another murder investigation and trying to piece together a convoluted trail of good intentions, hidden motivations, and philanthropy turned big business.
I am currently working as a elementary school librarian which I love. I enjoy sharing books on my blogs of which I have two (Geo Librarian and LDS and Lovin' it). I also review for School Library Journal.