Series cast summary:
Keiko Masuda ...
 Kei (6 episodes, 1980)
Mie ...
 Mie (6 episodes, 1980)
 Himself (6 episodes, 1980)
Smith Wordes ...
 Dancer (6 episodes, 1980)
 Himself (3 episodes, 1980)
 Himself (2 episodes, 1980)
 Herself (2 episodes, 1980)


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The combination that has all America laughing!


Comedy | Music



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Release Date:

1 March 1980 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Pink Lady Starring Mie and Kei with Jeff Altman  »

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(6 episodes)

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


The show's title was supposed to be "Pink Lady and Jeff". But the group's managers insisted that the title be only "Pink Lady" and threatened to sue NBC if Jeff Altman was included. "Pink Lady and Jeff" was used in promos and the DVD box set. See more »


Featured in NBC 75th Anniversary Special (2002) See more »

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simply the worst TV series ever,..
13 March 2006 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

This series should be watched ONLY to either torture detainees at Guantanimo OR if you want to see something so bad that it's funny in a horrific way (sort of like PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE). Be warned, though, as I have never been able to get anyone to watch more than about 10 seconds of the show--they get up and leave and invariably ask me "why are you watching this #&#@^!".

I've got to tell you the basic concept for the show. It will convince you that the programming people were either nuts or totally stoned. Jeff Altman is a horribly unfunny comedian. His timing, delivery and presence are less enjoyable than cancer. So, some network bigwigs thought they should give this terribly unfunny guy a series! BUT, to spice it up, it should also star a Japanese pop duo who speak almost no English!!! And, these Japanese ladies should also sing REALLY inane songs. Perhaps they were more popular than Pokemon in Japan, but they just couldn't make the transition to America--their music, to the average American, sounded as attractive as cats in heat. Well, the recipe for disaster was NOT yet complete. Nope---the show wasn't yet bad enough! So, they gave them a cast of supporting regulars who were even less talented than Altman! You KNOW you're in trouble when the standout star among these supporting "actors" is Jim Varney!!! Then, wrap all this together and "VOILA"--total dreck!! I do advise you, if possible, to see an episode (one episode was about all I could take)--just so you can see how bad it really was. The problem, though, is that this show was being re-broadcast on TRIO and this channel has recently dropped off the cable lineup throughout the country and is now a broad-band channel. So, if you don't get a chance to see it, I recommend you try to closely approximate the experience. First, find a family that doesn't speak any English and which has an annoying young child who thinks they can sing or tell jokes. Get a translator to tell the child to entertain you--that they should really give it their all. Then, when he or she begins, stab yourself in the head with a fork repeatedly throughout the performance. Then, remember that this is STILL better than watching PINK LADY AND JEFF!! "Know what I mean"?

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