I wish Comedy Channel would get the comedy show "Fridays"...

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  1. todd s

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    Although, this wasn't the greatest sketch show. They did have some classic bits. And you cannot go wrong with Michael Richards.
     
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    I still remember "Caribbean Gyno"! [​IMG]
     
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    Battle Boy! I think that was the name of the bit where Michael Richards played the kid that was playing with his plastic army men in sandbox.
    I really have found memories of the show.
    Another one that sticks out was when Bruce Mahler (think it was him) played a scientist on the news show. One time he did a bit to show that inhaling helium would counter act the effects of alcohol. So he would do a shot, and then take a hit of the gas.
    I would love to see the reruns again.
    -Keith
     
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    Take... a... PILL!!! Man, all those early-80's drug references might not play so well today.
     
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    1. "Gimme Ganga!!!"
    2. Michael Richards and the army men
    3. Bruce Mahler's chicken hand puppets
    4. Melanie Chartoff!! [​IMG]
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