The Mick Molloy Show

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The Nine Network (ended 1999)

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The Mick Molloy Show

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Following on from the hugely successful radio program Martin/Molloy was the Mick Molloy show. The show was basically a TV version of the radio show with Tony Martin, Mick Molloy & other regulars all sitting around the couch talking about events of the day. Paul Hester & his new band (at the time) "Largest Living Things" provided the music entertainment, & Paul himself would serve up cucumber sandwiches while the boys sat around & presented sketches, had a laugh & got up to some crude behaviour. What was disappointing was the fact that the show only lasted 8 episodes. Much controversy surrounded the antics that took place on stage, inspite of the timeslot it was given. Host Mick Molloy himself urinated on stage at one point. Some newspapers were reporting that Channel 9 paid Mick out of his contract & canned the show.
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  • The Mick Molloy Show was a train wreck, but what's wrong with that?!

    7.4
    The Mick Molloy Show was a train wreck, but what's wrong with that?! For a Saturday night I thought it was ideal. It was like eavesdropping on a table of lads at a pub, getting drunker and drunker as the night rolls on. Bob Franklin's "How Delightful" segment was a highlight, very very funny. It's a shame that Australian television doesn't give shows enough time to find their feet, especially ones like The Mick Molloy Show that go off the beaten track and take a few risks.moreless
  • The show was quite entertaining, had former Crowded House/Split Enz drummer Paul Hester & the award winning combination of Tony Martin & Mick Molloy

    8.0
    Long live the deceased Paul Hester. He had so much going for him & it is a real shame he chose to end his life so early on.

    Paul & his Largest Living Things were the real highlight of the Mick Molloy show. Paul himself adding to the comedy aspect of the show.

    Actually I fail to see what was so wrong with this show. It was basically an extension of the Martin/Molloy radio show with an extended cast. No one wanted this radio show to end (expect John Laws & his fan base) so why end this show? I mean 4 episodes? I'm sure it could have gone on a lot longer had Channel 9 given it a chance. Channel 10 did with the Panel & that did fantastically well.

    With regular features such as Hessie's Largest Living Things, the How Delightful segment & the cucumber sandwhiches it really was an inderappreciated show.moreless
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