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ABC (ended 2001)

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  • The Norm MacDonald Show....

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    After being fired from Saturday Night Live by NBC executive Don Ohlmeyer because he "wasn't funny" (but really because good friends of Ohlmeyer, O.J. Simpson and Bill Clinton, were constant butts of Norm's jokes on Weekend Update), Norm MacDonald begins a new era of his career: "The Norm Show," one of the most criminally underrated television series in the history of television. The unapologetically politically incorrect envelope pushing, one-of-a-kind voice, and laid-back dry delivery of incredibly silly humor is what makes Norm MacDonald a unique performer (and my personal favorite comedian). He is the Robert Mitchum of comedy - baby, he just doesn't care. Neither does Norm's character on "The Norm Show" - Norm [Henderson] - a former hockey player who has been sentenced to five years of social service for tax evasion. Norm is not exactly a crusader for the common good - or tactful in anyway - and has uses unusual tactics to win over his cases that usually get him into trouble. "The Norm Show" is all about Norm and he carries the show, but it is also simply down-right clever and has good supporting actors in Laurie Metcalf, Max Wright, and Faith Ford.
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