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    Reality Bites Back

    Reality Bites Back

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    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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    The Jeff Dunham Show

    The Jeff Dunham Show

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    Comedy Central (ended 2009)
    This show will feature Jeff Dunham and his infamous characters, Walter, Achmed the Dead Terrorist, Peanut, Bubba J and José Jalapeño on a Stick in front of a live-studio audience as well as interacting with people on the street in Los Angeles.moreless
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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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    Gabriel Iglesias Special

    Gabriel Iglesias Special

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    Comedy Central
    This show is a stand-up comedy special starring Gabriel Iglesias.
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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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    The Hollow Men

    The Hollow Men

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    Comedy Central (ended 2005)
    In the tradition of Monty Python and The Kids in the Hall, The Hollow Men take sketch comedy to absurd new places that you could only see on Comedy Central. Each half-hour episode features unique characters and situations that combine wit, satire and song from an unexpected and outrageous perspective. Tune in for nudist-powered car engines, chronic Marlon Brando impersonators, vag badgers and much much more!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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    Beat the Geeks

    Beat the Geeks

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    Comedy Central (ended 2002)
    Beat the Geeks is a game show that tests contestants knowledge in the various fields of pop-culter. There are three main geeks (one each in Movies, Music, and TV) and one Guest Geek that specializes in a certain field of pop-culture. All geeks wear scholarly robes and proudly wear medals signifying their domination in their field. In the first season, the show started strong with the presences of Marc Edward Heuck, the Movie Geek, and Paul Goebel, the TV Geek. However, it had a hard time sticking with a Music Geek. Michael Jolly was the original one when production began, but when he couldn't make certain taping dates, Andy Zax was called to fill in. The problem began when producers realized they had two great Music Geeks. They alternated between Jolly and Zax, however, they stuck with Zax to finish production after Jolly started to lose too much. Accompanying them were guest geeks for the TV shows Friends, The Simpsons, The Sopranos, South Park, and Star Trek. As well, the guest geeks for movies were in the Horror genre, the James Bond franchise, and Star Wars. Also, guest geeks for music were in the Hip Hop genre and Michael Jackson. The final guest geeks were specialists in Comic Books and Playboy. All guest geeks get five episodes to display their stuff, but because a thirteenth guest geek couldn't be found, the Star Trek geek received an additional five episodes. The second season brought about an almost complete revamp on the show. A new host, new robes, new format, and increased budget brought a sharper and sleaker look to the show. Gone were the stale maroon robes in favor or vibrant colored ones. The show had trouble again with sticking with a Music Geek. Andy Zax started the new production, but was replaced because it was felt he didn't have a strong screen presence. When they realized his replacement, Michael Farmer, just plain sucked, Andy was brought back to finish the rest of the episodes. Not all the guest geeks from the first season were carried over as well. Of the originals, only the The Simpsons, South Park, Star Trek, Horror, James Bond, Comic Books, and Playboy geeks remained the same. The Friends and Star Wars geeks were recast and new geeks included The Beatles, Saturday Morning, Toy, Nudity in Movies, Planet of the Apes, Wrestling, and KISS. All guest geeks again got five episodes, except for Planet of the Apes, Wrestling, and KISS, all of whom got one episode. The Nudity in Movies Geek got two episodes. The reason he got an extra one was because complications arose when producers tried to get an under-aged Harry Potter Geek on the show. Here are the rules for both seasons: First Round - 3 contestants face off against each other. There are 8 toss-up questions, 2 from each field. Each question is worth 10 points. The contestant with the lowest score loses. In the event of a tie for last, a numerical question will be asked. The contestant who is closest without going over stays in the game.3 contestants face off against each other and the Geeks. There are 4 toss-up questions, 1 from each field. Each question is worth 10 points. The contestant who answers correctly on each question goes against the Geek for another question. If the Geek gets it right or the contestant gets it wrong, the contestant loses 5 points. If the Geek gets it wrong or the contestant gets it right, the contestant gains 10 points. If neither Geek nor contestant ring in, there is no change in points. The contestant with the lowest score loses. In the event of a tie for last, a numerical question will be asked. The contestant who is closest without going over stays in the game. Second Round - 2 contestants get one chance to go 1-on-1 with a Geek for his or her medal. If the round starts off in a tie, a question of no point value is asked. The contestant who correctly answers it goes first. If there is no tie, the contestant with the most points goes first. Each medal is worth 20 points. The Guest Geek's medal is worth an additional 20 points. If a Geek answers wrong, the contestant gets the medal and the points. If the contestant answers wrong, the other contestant may steal and answer correctly. If answered correctly, the other contestant gets only 10 points, but no medal. If after two questions each there is no wrong answer, the contestant and Geek move to a 15 second Geek-off where they must give as many valid answers as possible in 15 seconds. The Geek must give more corrects answers than the contestant. If the Geek answers less or ties, the Geek must forfeit his or her medal.2 contestants get one chance to go 1-on-1 with a Geek for his or her medal. If round starts off in a tie, an earlier coin toss determines who goes first. If there is no tie, the contestant with the most points goes first. Each medal is worth 20 points. The Guest Geek's medal is worth an additional 20 points. If a Geek answers wrong, the contestant gets the medal and the points. If the contestant answers wrong, the Geek must answer the question correctly. If the Geek also answers wrong, the contestant and Geek immediately go to a 15 second Geek-off. Also, if after two questions each there is no wrong answer, they move to a 15 second Geek-off where they must give as many valid answers as possible in 15 seconds. The Geek must give more corrects answers than the contestant. If the Geek answers less or ties, the Geek must forfeit his or her medal. Third Round - Same rules as in second round, only now Geek medals are worth 40 points, with an additional 20 points still given to the Guest Geek's medal. Also, if there is no tie, the contestant with the least points goes first. At the end of the round, there is Geek-qualizer. The host lists off stuff and each contestant must identify if it's best known for Movies, Music, or TV. Each correct answer is worth 10 points and there are a total of 150 possible points. Any incorrect answer or a freeze ends the Geek-quailizer for that contestant. If after the Geek-qualizer there is a tie, a numerical question will be asked. The contestant who is closest without going over stays in the game. The winner goes on to challege 1 geek for the final showdown for a $5000 prize.Same rules as in second round, only now Geek medals are now worth 40 points, with an additional 20 points still given to the Guest Geek's medal. Also, if there is no tie, the contestant with the least points goes first. At the end of the round, there is Geek-qualizer. The host lists off stuff and each contestant must identify if it's best known for Movies, Music, or TV. Each correct answer is worth 10 points and there are a total of 160 possible points. Any incorrect answer or a freeze ends the Geek-quailizer for that contestant. If after the Geek-qualizer there is a tie, a numerical question will be asked. The contestant who is closest without going over stays in the game. The winner goes on to challege 1 geek for the final showdown for a $5000 prize, with each Geek worth a different prize. Final Round - In the final Geek-to-Geek showdown, the contestant faces off against the Geek. The contestant and Geek must choose between a 1, 2, or 3 point question. The Geek cannot choose a question with a lower point value than what the contestant picked. The first to 7 or more points wins. The contestant has the advantage of going first.In the final Geek-to-Geek showdown, the contestant faces off against the Geek. The contestant and Geek must choose between a 1, 2, or 3 point question. The Geek cannot choose a question with a lower point value than what the contestant picked. The first to 7 or more points wins. The contestant has the advantage of going first. Show Type: Game Show First Telecast: November 7, 2001
    Last Telecast: October 7, 2002 Episodes: 130 Episodes Comedy Central Broadcast History: November 2001 - August 2002 --- Weekdays 7:30 pm September 2002 - October 2002 --- Weekdays 5:00 pmmoreless
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    Exit 57

    Exit 57

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    Exit 57 was a 30 minute sketch comedy show that aired on Comedy Central. Often described as, "Ahead of its time," the show starred alumni from Second City, who would later become comedy stars. The show only lasted 12 episodes (plus an unaired pilot). During its short run, the series managed to accumulate 5 Cable Ace nominations.

    Episodes 1 through six were shown in 1995, while episodes 7 through 12 were shown in the second season, 1996.

    The show was produced by HBO Downtown Productions.moreless
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    The Ben Show

    The Ben Show

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    Ben Hoffman hosts "The Ben Show", a sketch show and man-on-the-street series on Comedy Central. In between sketches Hoffman works on a goal such as forming a band or buying a gun.moreless
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    Roast of Bob Saget

    Roast of Bob Saget

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    Bob Saget takes the hot seat in this Comedy Central special event.
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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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    Ron White: Behavioral Problems!

    Ron White: Behavioral Problems!

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    Comedian Ron White covers such topics as excessive drinking, ideas about funding the war, and the joys of bidets in this Comedy Central special.
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    Russell Simmons Presents: Stand-Up at the El Rey

    Russell Simmons Presents: Stand-Up at the El Rey

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    Russell Simmons presents a stand-up show with a hip-hop vibe that covers many topics in today's culture. It will be hosted by J.B. Smoove.
  • 95
    The Roast of David Hasselhoff

    The Roast of David Hasselhoff

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    Celebrities roast David Hasselhoff on Comedy Central
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    The Roast of Donald Trump

    The Roast of Donald Trump

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    The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump is an episode of the show Comedy Central Roast in which a group of comedians including Jeffrey Ross, Seth MacFarlane and Lisa Lampanelli roast New York real estate mogul Donald Trump. Topics include Trump's famous hairstyle and his matter-of-fact way of firing people.moreless
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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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    The Benson Interruption

    The Benson Interruption

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    Doug Benson sits on stage and interrupts his comedian friends' performances. His guests include: Adam Carolla, Nick Swardson, Patton Oswalt, Brian Posehn, Thomas Lennon, Mary Lynn Rajskub and Eugene Mirman.
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    Reel Comedy

    Reel Comedy

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    Go behind the scenes with Comedy Central for an insider's look at the latest movies to hit theaters. Comedy Central also had a show titled Canned Ham which was almost exactly like Reel Comedy. Canned Ham started in 1996 and ran until 2002. After 2002, Comedy Central renamed the show Reel Comedy, and it has had this title since 2003.moreless
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    Comic Remix

    Comic Remix

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    Comedy Central (ended 2003)
    Comic Remix is a compilation show on Comedy Central which features the funniest parts from many different stand-up acts. Each segment has a different comedian and is about one minute long. The stand-up shows that are edited into Comic Remix are Comedy Central Presents, The A-List, Premium Blend, Pulp Comics, Two Drink Minimum, Comic Justice, Comedy Product, Lounge Lizards, and Tompkins Square.moreless
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