Madame's Place (1982– )
A talk show hosted by the famous (at the time) puppet Madame, voiced by Wayland Flowers. The format of the show was similar to most other talk shows of the day, with interviews, comedy monologues and various other segments. The main difference of this show, though, was that while most other hosts tried to be polite and inviting toward their guests, Madame was well-known for her sharp-tongue and cutting put-downs.- Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wayland Flowers' diva Madame (a retirement age ventriloquist character who all ways spoke her/his mind while wearing fabulously over the top jewel and feather accented designer original gowns) starred as herself. Similar to "The Larry Sanders Show" (1992), the meat of each episode was in the backsage areas of her life. The primary cast included her three person staff, and a pre-teen Corey Feldman as the latch key neighbor kid who spent most of his days hanging around Madame's house. Most episodes delt with standard sitcom style delimmas in Madame's career or homelife, peppered with Flower/Madame's bitting one liners.- Written by Silast
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