The fictional rural prairie town of Mercy, Saskatchewan, was never the same after a cast of unlikely characters set up shop. See, these folks lean on the Middle East side of things and bring with them a culture that is not only foreign, it also creates wonderfully comedic moments that touch on all aspects of society and religion.
If you're sick of sitcoms trying to constantly reinvent the art and go back to something more traditional and, you know, simply trying to be funny, Little Mosque on the Prairie might be just the antidote you need. For the most part it's a traditional sitcom, carried on the strength of characters who are all so gosh darn lovable! It's reeks of 80's saccharine hubris, and there probably isn't a single element about it you won't recognize. Just a bunch of people getting into mischief and situations … more