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  • 2016 - BAFTA Television Awards - Best Comedy and Comedy Entertainment Programme - winner

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Kamikaze

A motley crew of Latvian ne'er-do-wells performs rude, crude and lewd stunts.
2018 Reality, Comedy

Das Clown

Comic short about a toy clown that comes to life and acts strangely toward its owner. Directed by Tom E. Brown.
1999 Horror, Comedy

The Weber Show

1 Season
Cursed, later renamed The Weber Show, is an American sitcom that ran on NBC from 2000–2001. It starred Steven Weber, Amy Pietz, Wendell Pierce, and Chris Elliot.The show is notable for having an abrupt title change in the middle of its first season. The initial premise was that its protagonist had been cursed by an ex-girlfriend and thus constantly encountered bad luck. The show failed to find an audience, and so midway through the season the entire "bad luck" angle was abruptly dropped. The show was revamped as a more traditional sitcom and renamed The Weber Show. In spite of the change, the show still struggled and was canceled at the end of the season, leaving a cliffhanger unresolved. The show's theme song was written and performed by Liz Phair.
2000 TVPG Comedy, Other

The Victor Borge Show

A live---and lively---platform for the comic pianist, featuring his spoofs of classical music and other trademark routines, along with guest performers.
2006 Comedy, Variety Shows

Crunk Comedy All-Stars

When it comes to genuine urban comedy, few stand-ups can keep audiences in stitches like the masters of crunk. In this release featuring a variety of comics originally seen on BET's Comic View and HBO's Def Comedy Jam, the best names in crunk comedy including Roland Powell, Benji Brown, and Tre Luv take America by storm with the kind of keen observations about the urban life that anyone from the streets will be able to appreciate.
2005 Comedy

Montreal International Comedy Festival

The event, hosted by John Candy, features a tribute to George Burns. Scheduled to appear: Michael Richards ("Seinfeld"), Larry Miller, Stephanie Hodge ("Nurses") and Pam Stone ("Coach").
1993 Comedy

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