You Can't Do That on Television

Season 8 Episode 6

The Worst of YCDTOTV

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The Worst of YCDTOTV
This video was produced in 1987 and featured some of the "worst" moments of the show, including slime scenes, bloopers, cut scenes and other things from the show. It was hosted by Doug Ptolemy, Vanessa Lindores, and Adam Reid.

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    Ruth Buzzi

    Ruth Buzzi

    Miss Take/Miss Fit/Other Roles (1979-1980)

    Klea Scott

    Klea Scott

    herself (1982-1984)

    Kevin Ward

    Kevin Ward

    himself (1989-1990)

    Christian Tessier

    Christian Tessier

    himself (1989-1990)

    Alanis Morissette

    Alanis Morissette

    Alanis (1986)

    Vik Sahay

    Vik Sahay

    himself (1986-1987)

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      • Sadly, before the product hit the market, it's assumed that Nickelodeon lost interest in the project, most likely due to the fact that YCDTOTV went on possible permanent hiatus in 1988 after creator and producer Roger Price left to work on other endeavors. Thanks to bootleg copies, this version does exist today.

      • This video was *never* released officially. It was the original cut of the video that would later be (two years later) Nickelodeon presents The Worst of You Can't Do that on Television. This original version contains different links (with similar dialogue to that heard in the released version), many alternate sketches (containing many not found in the final version, and missing some that do appear in the final version). One thing that was not refilmed that happened on the link set in this version was that props man Dean comes on the set, and shows how green slime is made. This version of the video has been seen in collectors circles (dubbed from a master tape), though it's never been sold in stores, either in the US or Canada.

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