How does this comment constitute a review of the DVD? You obviously don't understand the concept of subjectivity. You may not find it funny, but it hasn't won numerous awards, had sell out tours as a stage show in this country and all over the world by not being funny. So what would you say to those people who don't see what is funny about Only Fools and Horses? Believe me, there are plenty who didn't find it funny, though I'm not one of them. Mrs Brown's Boys may not be your kind of humour, but it appeals to others. By saying that comparing it to OFAH is 'insulting' is arrogant, because you're using just one example of humour as a benchmark - i.e. because you find it funny then other humour must fit that criteria to be funny. For you maybe, but not for others. And so what if it harks back to the politically correct humour of the 1970's? You mean the days when people could just laugh at something without worrying about whether it fits into the oh-so-moral thought police idea of how we should think, what we should find funny, etc?? As to 'toilet humour', well bawdiness has always been part of humour throughout the centuries - until po-faced miseries said we shouldn't find it funny, lest we be considered 'unsophisticated'. Good, because I am. I laugh at something that makes me laugh. You remind me of those people who call classical music 'a load of old boring rubbish', which is based on no more than their own taste. They have every right to their opinion but it doesn't make them right (except to themselves), or take away from the music's worth for those who see and enjoy its merits.
Again, look up the word 'subjectivity'. Besides, you have the free choice not to watch it haven't you? So why feel the need to tell the rest of us about your opinion, if not to convince us that yours is the right one? After all, it's not as though you were reviewing the DVD box set. No, just trying to tell us what is and isn't funny - in which case you wasted your time.