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    Win Ben Stein's Money

    Win Ben Stein's Money

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    Win Ben Stein's Money guide is an offbeat game show hosted by the actor and former Nixon speechwriter Ben Stein. It aired for six years on Comedy Central, winning four Day Time Emmy's (more info below) Reruns of the show air three times daily on Canada's Comedy Channel. Reruns also air on GSN everyday at 6PM and 6:30PM, and weekdays at 11:30PM (excluding Fridays). Win Ben Stein's Money won 6 Day Time Emmy awards and was nominated for 12. In 2004 it won "Outstanding Special Class Writing". In 2002 the show won "Outstanding Directing in a Game/Audience Participation Show". In 2000 the show won the Day Time Emmy again for "Outstanding Special Class Writing". Finally in 1999 the show won 3 awards, "Outstanding Audience Participation Show/Game Show", "Outstanding Game Show Host", and "Outstanding Writing - Special Class"moreless
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    That's My Bush!

    That's My Bush!

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    Comedy Central (ended 2001)
    President George W. Bush (Timothy Bottoms) lives in a comedy sitcom version of the White House called That's My Bush!, with a comedy sitcom wisecracking maid Maggie (Marcia Wallace), a comedy sitcom neighbor Larry (John D'Aquino) that barges in at random, and comedy sitcom types of problems, most of which also intersect with big controversial issues. Of course, he's not too bright, and his caring wife Laura (Carrie Quinn Dolin) often saves the day from horrorific political havoc.

    First aired on Wednesday, April 4, 2001 at 9:30 PM. The show had a short run -- only 8 episodes -- and the reason of it's cancellation was too much cost of the show.

    He's the president in residence He's kind of in charge He's got the whole country saying, "That's my Bush!" Life is hard, that's the price of fame When you're president everyone knows your name Hey what's that thing? It's my Bush! I can't believe he's actually in the White House, that's our ma-hyauun!! That's My Bush! [background singers vocalizing]moreless
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    Chocolate News

    Chocolate News

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    Comedy Central (ended 2008)
    David Alan Grier hosts this urban-leaning parody of magazine shows. 'News' correspondents are the sketch comedians.
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    Premium Blend

    Premium Blend

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    Comedy Central (ended 2006)
    Premium Blend is a stand-up comedy show on Comedy Central. Each episode features stand-up routines by four different guest comedians.Premium Blend premiered in 1997 and features a different host each year.

    The show's ninth season featurs host Damon Wayans and airs Fridays at 11:30pm as a part of Friday Night Standup.

    For more info on Comedy Central's hit series plus video clips visit the show's official site at ComedyCentral.com.

    Thanks to Amy Schavrien of Comedy Central for her assistance in completing the guide!moreless
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    Primetime Glick

    Primetime Glick

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    Jiminy Glick was born in 1948, in Akron, Ohio, the youngest of eleven children born to Omar and Isabella Glickman. Sickly as a child, Jiminy had to be privately tutored until the age of thirteen, when doctors discovered his "ailment" was merely the result of a swallowed Tonka truck that had lodged in his duodenum. After graduating from Gale Gordon High School, he enrolled at the prestigious DeVry Institute of Technology, but left after the first semester when he won the role of Onlooker #2 in a bus-and-truck theater production of "Forty Karats," starring Miss Lana Turner. By the time he was thirty, Glick had grown confident enough to move out of his parents' house and pursue a career in acting. Hollywood was beckoning and Jiminy answered the call. Sure enough, he landed a job as a bus boy at Chasen's, where he stayed for the next eight years. He worked only occasionally as an actor, most notably as Buddy Ebsen's kleptomaniac nephew in a "Barnaby Jones" two-parter. Despite a series of mixed reviews, Glick found acting jobs few and far between and was ultimately forced to take a position as personal assistant to the legendary Charles "Death Wish" Bronson. He remained in that lofty capacity for five turbulent years. Then, in 1991, while moonlighting as a bartender's assistant at Roddy McDowell's traditional "People's Choice Award" after-party, he befriended former "Laugh-In" producer George Schlatter. As luck would have it, Schlatter was looking for a host for his new syndicated celebrity interview show, "LalaWood." Glick got the nod and, after two short years, "LalaWood" rocketed into the top 100. "Thank God he's a man and he's so fat or I'd be worried about my job. He's that good!" - Barbara Walters Glick now lives in Tarzana, with his wife of twenty-three years, Dixie, and their four sons: Morgan, Mason, Matthew and Modine. When he's not hosting his current show, "Prime-time Glick," you'll most likely find Jiminy coaching his sons' little league team, rebuilding the engine of one of his classic cars or browsing for antiques. Martin Short plays Glick. Glick will try to interview celebrity guests, hoping to remember their names... Jiminy Glick is a spin-off of The Martin Short Show (1999)moreless
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    American Body Shop

    American Body Shop

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    Comedy Central (ended 2007)
    American Body Shop is centered around the twice-divorced shop owner Sam and his troubled crew. Among his staff Sam has a set of mechanics and auto workers that develop complex solutions to simple problems, as well as many other strange characters. Produced by Jim Jones (The Ben Stiller Show and Austin Stories), American Body Shop will take a comical look at the world of the local auto body repair shop. The shop is as unique as the people that work in it. The theme of the show is improvisational, similar to Reno 911!.moreless
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    Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

    Lewis Black's Root of All Evil

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    Comedy Central
    A rotating roster of comedians argue over who or what is the root of all evil in this courtroom parody. Lewis Black of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart presides as judge, and topics debated include such hot issues as 'Paris Hilton vs. Dick Cheney' and 'chick flicks vs. video games' among others.moreless
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    Con

    Con

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    Comedy Central (ended 2005)
    Skyler Stone is a con artist. And he's going to show you how you can be one, too. From strolls down the red carpet to a singing gig at a baseball game, Skyler Stone can get anything he wants for free. Why? Because he's a con man. And his new show is about showing you how you can live the con lifestyle, too! This half-hour reality series finds the Skyler Stone conning his way through life, documenting the entire process of executing his next "hit." Each episode features a new scam, a new mark, and a new perfect con for the history books.moreless
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    The Showbiz Show with David Spade

    The Showbiz Show with David Spade

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    Comedy Central (ended 2007)
    The Showbiz Show with David Spade , hosted by television and movie funnyman David Spade, cuts past the glitz of Tinseltown and gets to the heart of the industry. David Spade’s irreverent brand of comedy puts a fresh spin on entertainment journalism, featuring interviews with guest stars and comedian correspondents.moreless
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    Stella

    Stella

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    Comedy Central (ended 2005)
    Stella, a comedic satire of everyday life, features the talents of Michael Ian Black, Michael Showalter, and David Wain. Don't let the suits fool you…the maturity level of these guys doesn't always match their attire. As they go through their day they spread their sarcasm and wit-tinged non-sensical comedy to everyone they meet.

    The show was based on the stage-comedy and videos of the troupe of the same name by Black, Showalter, and Wain, who also wrote, produced and helped in directing the show.moreless
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    Freak Show

    Freak Show

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    Comedy Central (ended 2006)
    Freak Show is the brain-child of David Cross (Arrested Development and Mr. Show) and H. Jon Benjamin (Home Movies) and revolves around a group of people who are, well... freaks. They simultaneously perform as a side-show attraction and as superheroes that are (secretly) employed by the Pentagon to undertake low-priority missions.moreless
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    Big Lake

    Big Lake

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    Chris Gethard, Chris Parnell and Horatio Sanz are set to star in this Comedy Central series that follows three buddies as they struggle to try and save their hometown, Big Lake.moreless
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    Reality Bites Back

    Reality Bites Back

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    Comedy Central
    Hosted by comedian Michael Ian Black, this Comedy Central show is a big spoof on the reality genre in which ten comedians compete against each other in challenges that are parodies of celebrated network reality shows like The Biggest Loser, Rock of Love, Amazing Race, Dancing with the Stars and more.moreless
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    Live At Gotham

    Live At Gotham

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    Comedy Central
    This is a stand-up comedy show that takes place at New York City's Gotham Comedy Club.
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    Michael & Michael Have Issues

    Michael & Michael Have Issues

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    Comedy Central (ended 2009)
    Friends and long-time partners Michael Ian Black and Michael Showalter collaborate on this sketch comedy series on Comedy Central.
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    TV Funhouse

    TV Funhouse

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    Comedy Central (ended 2001)
    In this spin-off of the TV Funhouse cartoons on SNL, our host Doug (Doug Dale) hosts a show on a set that resembles Blue's Clues if it wasn't computerized. He picks a theme for the day (Caveman Day, Western Day, Astronaut Day, Mexicans Day) and encourages his "Anipals" (His animal puppets) to do stuff for the day that corresponds with the theme. Of course, they never do and get themselves in crazy situations like going to a Tijuanese Bordello and Doug is stuck on the set all alone. There's also Robert Smigel cartoons and mock-educational films! Robert Smigel is best known as the voice of Triumph The Insult Comic Dog which is originally from Late Night with Conan O'Brien.moreless
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    Drew Carey's Green Screen Show

    Drew Carey's Green Screen Show

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    Comedy Central (ended 2005)
    Drew Carey hosts a very zany, "Whose Line"-esque comedy show. The catch? Everyone acts it out in front of a green screen. So, whereas regular improv uses imaginary plots and scenes, different animation studios all over the country fill in the background and, in some cases, the foreground, with the kind of images produced by our mind's eye.

    After being cancelled by WB, the show will begin airing on Comedy Central on Sept 26, 05 at 9pm EST.moreless
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    Halfway Home

    Halfway Home

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    Comedy Central (ended 2007)
    Recently paroled criminals must find a way to live together in the 'Halfway Home.' Crenshaw House is where the LA Bureau of Prisons houses some of its most notorious (though not always tough) prisoners on their road to re-integration into 'normal' society.moreless
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    Kid Notorious

    Kid Notorious

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    Kid Notorious follows the adventures of big-time Hollywood producer Robert Evans. Always along for the ride are his ever-faithful butler, English, his sassy housekeeper, Tollie Mae, and his kitty cat, Puss Puss. Occasionally, former Guns 'N Roses guitarist, Slash, joins them on their adventures. Robert Evans has as many ex-wives as he does hit movies. But his talents go beyond movie producing--whether it's scaling the mountains of Nepal or toppling an evil dictator, he does it all without spilling a drop of his ever-present cosmopolitan. Everything in the Kid's life is a production. English, Evan's butler, now finds himself pouring cosmopolitans in Hollywood's most notorious house of havoc after serving years in the most distinguished homes of British royalty. Never without his white gloves and monocle, English will do whatever it takes to serve his beloved maestro. Crawl through a sewer to break Evans out of a mental institution? Lay down in front of an oncoming eighteen-wheeler? All in a day's work for this Oxford-educated manservant. Tollie Mae, Evan's housekeeper and cook, doesn't take crap from anybody. In fact, her catchphrase is "Not in my job description." She's the lone voice of reality in a house filled with Hollywood fantasy. And the only one who can tell Evans "what time it is." Her goal in life is to marry Denzel Washington. Puss Puss is Evans pet cat, confidante, and script doctor. Whenever in a jam, the Kid turns to Puss as his sounding board and number one problem solver. The cuddly Puss gets great pleasure from torturing English. The real-life home of Evans, Woodland, serves as the backdrop to all their escapades. Fun Fact: Whenever someone swears on the show, it is replaced by an audible [beep]. Yet, if you turn on the closed captioning, the swear word appears and not a [beep]. Theme Song Hey! Let's do it! Kid Notorious! Hey, get down, get down, When the Kid's in town. Kid Notorious! The Kid's so sly, That notorious guy. Kid Notorious: (spoken) You bet your ass I am. Comedy Central Broadcast History October 2003 - November 2003 --- Wednesday 10:30 pm November 2003 - December 2003 --- Tuesday 10:30 pmmoreless
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    Trigger Happy TV

    Trigger Happy TV

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    What first started out as three minute clips on the UK's Paramount Comedy Channel and then evolved into Channel 4's hit show Trigger Happy TV has now become one of American cable network Comedy Central's biggest hits. Comedy Central had such great viewer response when they aired the UK version's original 13 episodes that they decided to bring Dom Joly and his show to the states and produce a whole series of brand new episodes. Luckily, with Dom on board, nothing is lost in the move to the states as the style of the show matches the original. Only this time he's joined by some new accomplices including Travis, as a veteran of hidden camera pranks he was one of the creators of MTV's Buzzkill and also works on Scare Tactics, Jessica, a regular at Comedy Central who has worked on South Park and That's My Bush, and Jerry, a former cast member of Saturday Night Live. If you think the show is pointless, well, that's exactly as Dom intended. He also wants to make sure that this hidden camera show is different, not by making innocent bystanders victims of the pranks, but instead by having them be witness to the shenanigans and then having them go home and say, "You'll never guess what happened to me today!"moreless
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