If there ever was a visual equivalent of hemorrhoids, The Paula Poundstone Show would certainly qualify. I have never seen her stand-up comedy routine, so I can't really compare it to this, but after sitting thru this painful attempt at prime-time programing, I have no desire to find out how she stacks up to the likes of Jerry Seinfeld. The two examples that stand out are, a) a video tour of the outside of Leslie Nielsen's home, which, apparently was taken after dusk, as nothing could be seen, and b) a reading of "Where The Wild Things Are", which made absolutely no sense. The good news is that the viewing public was spared any more TV Torture Time since the network canceled the series after the first episode.
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