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Cal Shanley (Character)
from "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip" (2006)
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- "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip"
... aka "Studio 60" - USA (informal alternative title)
- What Kind of Day Has It Been (2007) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
- K&R: Part 3 (2007) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
- K&R: Part 2 (2007) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
- K&R: Part 1 (2007) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
- Breaking News (2007) TV episode, Played by Timothy Busfield
Wes Mendell: This show used to be cutting-edge political and social satire, but it's gotten lobotomized by a candy-assed broadcast network hell-bent on doing nothing that might challenge their audience. We were about to do a sketch you've seen already about five hundred times. Yeah, no one is going to confuse George Bush with George Plimpton. We get it. We're all being lobotomized by this country's most influential industry! It's just thrown in the towel on any endeavor to do anything that doesn't include the courting of twelve-year-old boys. Not even the smart twelve-year-olds - the stupid ones! The idiots - of which there are plenty, thanks in no small measure to this network! So why don't you just change the channel? Turn off the TV. Do it right now. Go ahead.
[in the control booth]
Jerry: Get the camera off of him!
Cal Shanley: And put it on what?
Jerry: Cut the boom mike then!
Cal Shanley: It's his show! I take my instructions from him!
Wes Mendell: [Wes is still talking] ... struggle between art and commerce. Well there's always been a struggle between art and commerce, and now I'm telling you, art is getting it's ass kicked, and it's making us mean, and it's making us bitchy. It's making us cheap punks - that's not who we are! People are having contests to see how much they can be like Donald Trump?
Jerry: Are you bleeping this out?
Tech: He hasn't said anything you're not allowed to say.
Jerry: He's telling people to change the channel!
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