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Of all the talk shows, there's only one show that doesn't hesitate to take up such serious issues as teenage prostitution, aliens from outer space or breast implants in the Dick Dietrick style. Written by
This show is too funny. It's a shame they didn't make any more episodes of it, because it was hands down the very best talk show ever. Whenever Dick would make fun of a character by accident and say "no people, no" was just classic. And guest appearances by Jerry Springer were pure gold.
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