D.C. Follies

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(ended 1989)

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D.C. Follies

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D.C. Follies took place in a bar located in Washington, D.C. The owner and bartender of this bar was Fred Willard. The patrons of this bar were puppets designed by Sid and Marty Kroft. The puppets are spoofs of political figures including, presidents Bush, Reagan, Carter, Ford, Nixon, and various other political figures; news people like Dan Rather, Andy Rooney, and Ted Koppel; celebrities including Oprah Winfrey, Woody Allen, and Jack Nicholson. A different "real" celebrity guest would visit the bar each episode.
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  • How did this not get a higher rating?

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    How did this not get a higher rating? This was such a funny show. They use to make fun of politicians, celebs, etc. I wish they would bring this show back on. I only saw a few episodes of the show, but I remember they would have these puppets made to look like politicians and celebrities. It was a joy to watch.

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Comedy

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Satire, Puppets, Politics, Classics