The Paula Poundstone Show

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ABC (ended 1993)

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The Paula Poundstone Show

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The Paula Poundstone Show is best remembered for its very short run, having been cancelled after just two airings. Although this laid-back hybrid of stand-up comedy, audience participation, and politics opened to positive reviews, it was scheduled in a no-win time slot and was perhaps "too smart" for the ABC Saturday line-up.
On a mostly bare stage that looked like a warehouse, Paula would sit on her stool and carry on witty conversations with audience members, something she'd perfected in her years of club performances. Comedy was also found via remote broadcasts; in search of a Nielsen family, she had to settle for a camera at Leslie Nielsen's house.
Her short, eclectic guest list included newscaster Sam Donaldson, Senator Paul Simon and Lily Tomlin.
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  • I can see how some people say that there are problems with The Paula Poundstone Show but I personally think that it is still very enjoyable.

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    I can see how some people say that there are problems with The Paula Poundstone Show but I personally think that it is still very enjoyable. It's nowhere near some of the other shows that I've watched lately but it's just because those were particularly good not that The Paula Poundstone Show was particularly bad. Recommended if you have time to spare.

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