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

The Reppies

Five half-human, half-reptile characters play in a band in this live-action music show for kids. The singers are joined by a teacher with magic powers.
1996 Music, Comedy

7 Minutes in Purgatory

2 Seasons
Stand-up comedians perform without the benefit of an audience, who watch their acts remotely.
2016 TVMA Comedy, Other

The Kick-Back Couch

2 Seasons
A weekly reaction/recap covering the latest episode of "Twenties" featuring a rotating list of guests, including some of your internet faves to weekly home-viewers.
2020 Reality, Comedy, Other

Pleasure at Her Majesty's

In 1976, a member of the office staff at the London offices of Amnesty International, a global human rights watchdog group, discovered they'd received a donation from one "J. Cleese" and discovered he was John Cleese, one of the founding members of the Monty Python comedy troupe. Amnesty representatives approached Cleese and asked if he would be interested in staging a fundraiser for the organization, and Cleese agreed to put together a show to raise both money and awareness for Amnesty. The show, which Cleese dubbed +A Poke In The Eye (With A Sharp Stick), soon became a summit meeting of some of the most influential acts in British comedy. The cast included Cleese and the other members of the Python group (minus Eric Idle, who had other commitments); Peter Cook, Alan Bennett and Jonathan Miller from the internationally successful revue +Beyond The Fringe; Barry Humphries, better known as Dame Edna Everage; Bill Oddie, Graeme Garden and Tim Brooke-Taylor from the television series The Goodies; Neil Innes of the Bonzo Dog Band; John Fortune and Eleanor Bron, and more. A camera crew was on hand to capture comedy history being made, and Pleasure At Her Majesty's documents the rehearsals and preparation for +A Poke In The Eye, the often frantic scene backstage, and the show as it was seen by the audience. The title Pleasure At Her Majesty's was a pun based on the show's venue (Her Majesty's Theatre in London) and the phrase "at the pleasure of Her Majesty," a British euphemism for being held by the police. It was the first of many comedy benefits for Amnesty International, several of which were filmed and distributed as part of the Secret Policeman's Ball series.
1977 Events & Specials, Comedy, Other

Rick Najera's Latinologues Vol. 2

Writer-actor Rick Najera examines the Latino experience in America through a series of comedic monologues and sketches, including one about a deeply religious mother who discovers her son is a vampire, and another about a gay Hollywood film executive (Najera).
2011 TVMA Comedy, Other

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