Second City TV

Season 2 Episode 5

Writer's Strike

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Aired Tuesday 7:30 PM Oct 14, 1978 on Global
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Writer's Strike
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A live telecast of Restless Doctors is left stranded when Ernst Kirsch goes on strike to improve his tortuous working conditions. Everyone is now forced to write their own material. (With the strike on, SCTV is forced to repeat an earlier airing of Master Ralph Roister Doister.) The SCTV News produces a contrast of the volatile Floyd Robertson and a loquacious Earl Camembert. Late at night, Johnny LaRue wings his LaRue By Night, trying to find people to talk to. He finds only Pirini Scleroso.moreless

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    Eugene Levy

    Eugene Levy

    Earl Camembert/Sid Dithers/Stan Schmenge/Bobby Bittman/Gus Gustofferson/Other Roles

    Catherine O'Hara

    Catherine O'Hara

    Lola Heatherton/Various Roles (1976-1978)

    Dave Thomas

    Dave Thomas

    Doug McKenzie/Lin Ye Tang/Various

    Andrea Martin

    Andrea Martin

    Edith Prickley/Edna Boil/Perini/Various

    Joe Flaherty

    Joe Flaherty

    Guy Caballero/Count Floyd Robertson/Sammy Maudlin/Various Roles

    Harold Ramis

    Harold Ramis

    Maurice "Moe" Green/Various Roles (1976-1977)

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      • "A voluminous tractor trailer annulled itself on Route 4, which, as you know, circumambulates the orb of Plattsburgh. The imbroglio caused by the congested traffic had cars falling astern each other ad infinitum. Highway Patrol officers feverishly bestirred themselves to ameliorate the situation, but acrimonious motorists found little taliation in their somniferous endeavors."
        —Earl Camembert, consulting his thesaurus

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