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The first (or last?) one wasn’t necessary, he wasn’t fooling anyone.
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He couldn’t have looked more uncomfortable delivering those lines.
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#1 – He was supposed to be fooling someone. I’m never in on the joke, I guess.
#2 – That’s funny. Almost all of my non-Mormon friends recommended I watch it because “he did so well”.
My reaction was right in the middle. It wasn’t great or bad; it was good / ok.
My first line sentence should have ended with a question mark. Maybe I was trying to fool someone and repented.
That was hilarious! He is a perfect straight man (no pun intended). :)
I laughed, out loud, frequently…..
Overall pretty good, although it looked like he literally had a stick up his rear end while he was walking off stage.
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Yes, I agree Owen. Mitt certainly didn’t seem comfortable there.
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Mitt did look a little stiff and ill at ease, but he was a good sport. Because of the remonstration in the temple to refrain from “LOUD laughter”, Mitt is probably unused to humor. I at age 52 am relatively young in my HP ‘gruppe’ (there are a few younger), and most, though kind and decent, seem a bit tame and reserved for my tastes. Bill Clinton could at least play a mean sax. Does Mitt play any instrument? He strikes me as a violin man (not a ‘fiddler’)
Is it just me, or was that handshake awkward…?
I liked it. It was clever, and I thought he did a good job. Perhaps my expectations are pretty low.
The comic part of it was his discomfort. I bet they told him not to crack a smile.
Is it a hairpiece? Seriously?