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What are the odds?

giff57

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Anyone been watching Last Comic Standing? One of the 20 comics was from Londonderry NH and one was from Muskego Wi.... 2 of 20 not bad.
 

jordanb

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And the moral is: You have to have a sense of humor to live in Wisconsion.

Rimshot, please.

:)
 

jordanb

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Er, just hit submit and noticed that one was NH, not WI. :(

So what's so special about that?
 

donk

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Both are near / at the location of frequent posters.

Must be something in the water.
 
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I caught a repeat of it on Comedy Central. Which I have to say, I love that Comedy Central does repeats of shows like this and Conan.
 

Dan

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Saturday Night Live too. I only wish that they'd do reruns of more recent SNL episodes (with Tiny Fey/Jimmy Fallon Weekend Updates), and episodes from the lost years (early 1980s and late 1980s).

Oh, and will anyone ever air Fridays again?
 

Mud Princess

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Gosh, I thought I was the only one who even remembered Fridays!


I still remember Michael Richards (aka Cosmo Kramer, long before Seinfield) on that show. There was a skit where he was applying for an office job, but somehow ended up with a mouth full of ink after chewing nervously on a pen... It was hilarious!!
 

Mastiff

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Mud Princess said:
Gosh, I thought I was the only one who even remembered Fridays!


I still remember Michael Richards (aka Cosmo Kramer, long before Seinfield) on that show. There was a skit where he was applying for an office job, but somehow ended up with a mouth full of ink after chewing nervously on a pen... It was hilarious!!
And the one where he's trying on new jeans, and someone opens the door with him lying on the floor trying to pull his pants off over his shoes... priceless.

Oh, and Mark Blankfield, the freaked out druggist ("I can haaaandle i-i-i-i-t!") starred in _Jekyl & Hyde, Together Again_
 
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