Two Los Angeles disc jockeys adapt their radio antics and hijinx to a network television program.
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Many radio stations had seen a lot of success with the "zany partners" format, in which two DJs make prank phone calls, organize crazy celebrity stunts, and have people come into the studio to give unusual demonstrations. This program was an attempt to transplant the format to TV, with Los Angeles disc jockeys Mark and Brian staging a different wacky stunt each week. Episodes ranged from the pair trying out shark diving (getting tips from Lloyd Bridges), to having Bob Goulet sing love songs to LA from a helicopter on Valentine's Day. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Mark came back to LA radio in early 2015 and now hosts "Mark in the Morning" on 100.3 the sound from 6-10am. See more »

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The Way and the Light!!!!
2 March 2001 | by (Seattle, WA.) – See all my reviews

This show did not have enough time to showcase what tremendous talents Mark and Brian were on TV. If you are fortunate enough to hear their radio show extravaganza, you will understand why the weasels at NBC denied us a weekly visual treat. However, you can still see them here and there in little bit parts in movies and TV. One of the most memorable parts were the Homosexual scared creatures they played on an episode on Star Trek:TNG.

I was lucky enough to meet them in a run-down drive in the late 80's for a hilarious Halloween parade. Then again at Disneyland for a private Fantasmic party. They are so fluid and relaxed and genuine as partners, you can see and hear that they actually enjoy each other in a surreal and strangely intimate way.


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