Comedians from Chicago's Second City offshoot in Toronto hilariously spoofed TV programming by staging the `highlights' of a fictitious station's typical broadcast day. There were also parodies of movies and news, along with looney backstage shenanigans of the staff of Channel 109 in Mellonville. In 1981, NBC picked up the syndicated series as part of its Saturday late-night lineup and expanded the program from 30 to 90 minutes giving it the new title `SCTV Network 90.'
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