John Leguizamo's edgy sketch comedy show and spiritual sequel to "In Living Color".
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Nominated for 1 Primetime Emmy. See more awards »

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John Leguizamo's edgy sketch comedy show and spiritual sequel to "In Living Color".

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In his autobiography, John Leguizamo admits that he felt threatened by David Herman's talent and had a self-imposed rivalry with him. He admits to being tough on Herman and that Herman did nothing wrong. See more »

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You haven't bugged until you've been to this house!!!
7 April 2002 | by (South Georgia, USA) – See all my reviews

I think that one of the worst things Fox ever did was dropping this show. Even obviously country southerners (unlike myself) should have been able to see the humor in this show. Luckily, I actually have a few episodes on tape. John Leguizamo and the rest of the cast took Latin humor and brought it to the mainstream. For that, I am grateful. I only wish Comedy Central would get some sense and PICK THIS UP!!!!


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