When a show has Bobby Lee as its headliner, its doomed to fail.
Its a shame though, it had alot more potential than SNL did alot of the time but never gained the same kind of audience sadly. They never could get the same league of guest stars or bands to play either.
I remember when my friends and i went to a taping years ago and i got to meet Mo Collins and Nicole Sullivan. Me, having a huge crush on her at the time, nearly fainted after meeting Nicole and the only thing i could muster up to say to her was "How's your arm doing?" (which was a reference to her broken arm she showed everyone on her Leno appearence) to which she replied, "It's doing good...for 7 months now". Yeah, good job Mike. lol
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Like most people i used to watch this show in the early days and I thought at times it was funnier than SNL. Michael McDonald, Nicole Sullivan, Alex Borstein, and Will Sasso were hilarious. Especially Sasso's Kenny Rogers impersonation. Through the years it got pretty bad to the point where anyone could join up. I think they were recruiting people out of the audience.
Now if Fox could just get rid of Prison Break, American Dad, Fringe, Bones and about half of their other shows, Fox just might become a big boy network.
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