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Tom Arnold
Tom Amross
Ed McMahon
Charlie Dickerson
Lisa Wilhoit
Kenlon Amross

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


2011 TVG Comedy, Other

Bill Bellamy and Company from Rascals

The hilarious Bill Bellamy performs his unique brand of comedy in this special at Rascals comedy club.
2002 Comedy, Other


1 Season
Originally slated as a mid-season replacement, the NBC sitcom Kristin was held up for release until June 5, 2001. Tony-winning Broadway musical star Kristin Chenoweth starred in this semi-autobiographical effort as Kristin Yancey, a starry-eyed Oklahoma gal who heads to the big city in hopes of a showbiz career. After a series of desultory auditions, Kristin lands a job as personal assistant to go-getting real estate developer -- and notorious rogue -- Tommy Ballantine (Jon Tenney). Under a legal cloud because of past incidents of sexual harassment, Tommy has hired Kristin precisely because he finds her completely unappealing, and because she staunchly adheres to the sort of high moral values that he detests. In the prescribed sitcom fashion, Kristen is surrounded (practically engulfed) by wildly eccentric, ethnically stereotyped co-workers: no-nonsense Latina assistant Santa Clemente (Ana Ortiz), flippant black bike messenger Tyrique Kimbrough (Dale Godboldo), and Italian handyman Aldo Bonnadonna (Larry Romano, then pulling double duty as a regular on King of Queens). Kristin was packaged by the same people responsible for Frasier and The Cosby Show.
2001 TVPG Comedy, Other

Caesar's Hour

This was the last of comedian Sid Caesar's shows for the 1954 television season. Famed TV announcer Don Pardo was Caesar's voice man, and the show was written by, among others, Mel Brooks and Selma Diamond. The program lasted for three seasons and wrapped in the spring of 1957.
1954 Comedy, Variety Shows

No Place Like Home

5 Seasons
2017 Family, Comedy

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