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Kamikaze

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

Office Gossip

1 Season
Office Gossip is a British sitcom that aired on BBC One in 2001. Starring Pauline Quirke, it was written by Paul Mayhew-Archer, who co-wrote The Vicar of Dibley, and George Pritchett.Recently, it has been aired in the United States on various PBS stations as part of 'One Season Wonders.
2001 TVPG Comedy, Other

The Frances Langford-Don Ameche Show

A 1951-52 daytime variety show hosted by the couple who played 'The Bickersons' on radio. Jack Lemmon and wife Cynthia Stone appeared regularly in a sketch called 'The Couple Next Door,' which spun off their sitcom 'Heaven for Betsy.'
1952 Music, Comedy, Variety Shows

Urban Anime Vol. 2

Two rollicking animated shows with an urban spin air back-to-back. In "Sistas 'n the City"---a hip satire of the popular "Sex and the City"---four vibrant black women live and love in a bustling metropolis. Also: "Driving While Black," an insightful spoof of the sometimes volatile interactions between the police and black motorists.
2003 TVMA Comedy, Other

Kids in the Hall Present: Death Comes to Town

1 Season
In the fictional Ontario town of Shuckton, the mayor has been murdered! As the Shuckton residents cope with the loss, a new lawyer moves in to prosecute a suspect – though another resident, unsatisfied with the evidence, tries to find the real killer. At the same time, a character who is a personification of death waits at a motel room for the latest Shuckton residents to die...
2010 Comedy, Suspense

Things We Can Do Without

"Pete Smith Specialty" short looks at modern, mid-20th-century household items and furniture that aren't necessarily as important or useful as one would suspect. Dave O'Brien. Narrated by Pete Smith.
2011 TVG Comedy, Other

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