Corner Gas (2004) - Comedy

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The life, or lack thereof, of a proprietor of a gas station, which is the only stop for miles around and a hub of action on the Prairies.

Stars: Brent Butt, Gabrielle Miller
Length: 30 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 10 out of 58 found boring (17.24%)

One-line Reviews (23)

I'm finding the story lines to be boring and uninteresting.

But the show is so dull and boring I can't stand watching it for very long.

This show is silly, a bit cheesy, but altogether very funny and entertaining.

Just a bunch of bland, boring ass characters!

its getting boring watching them try and come up with things to do in a gas station/diner.


the lead is bland, the actors playing his parents are just horrid.


It is bleak, uninteresting, and unfortunately too much of a reminder of reality for those of us who have to live with it for 10 months out of the year.

I can promise you that if you sit down for an episode it will be the most bland half hour of your life.

You could put on any episode at random and it would be fine to watch because there is no story to keep track of or follow.

I like to watch this show when I'm about to fall asleep in bed.

The jokes seem predictable and way too easy for TV.

" Hank, his best friend; "Maybe if you guys would heckle me, I could learn some snappy comebacks.

Worse, the dialogue introducing the person in the cameo is often "clunky" and more than a little trite.

But it is quite literally the most bland TV show I have ever seen.

Don't waste any of your time on this show unless you're over 65 and easily amused!

What happens when nothing happens?

You don't need to pay attention to anything because nothing happens.

Nothing happened in the previous episode so you didn't miss anything.

Too much of Canadian programing is slow, dry and boring - and aside from NHL hockey, there is not much else worth watching.

So all I can imagine is that the television in Canada must be downright terrible and/or the very definition of "boring" if this is a program that stands out as being among the best Canada has ever produced (as multiple reviews imply).