In Friendliest Town, three comedians visit iconic cities around the country to find out which one is the friendliest. Each place will be put to the test with a variety of light-hearted hidden camera challenges as local celebrities share their favorite hidden gems.
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Episode 1x1; Sep 16, 2017
A trio of comedians head down to the Big Easy to find out if folks there can live up to their friendly and obliging reputation.
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