Various sketch comedy performed by blonde bombshell and ex playboy bunny Jenny McCarthy, with various musical guests.
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Various sketch comedy performed by blonde bombshell and ex playboy bunny Jenny McCarthy, with various musical guests.

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sketch comedy | variety show | See All (2) »

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5 March 1997 (USA)  »

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El show de Jenny McCarthy  »

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Jenny and Melissa McCarthy are cousins. See more »

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The Jenny McCarthy Show
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Written and Performed by Suzanne Somers
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Fond memories of it
31 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

I haven't seen this show for ages, but from what I can remember, it was very hilarious. It was particularly surprising that Jenny McCarthy was so darn funny. The rest of the cast was wonderful-quirky as well (one actually went on to Conan), and I remember watching it religiously. I'd really like to see a few of those eps and see if I still find them funny, but all I can say is that I absolutely loved this show some years ago. I think this was around the time that MTV was playing *great* offbeat shows like Apartment 2F, The State, and Oddville. There's absolutely no reason to watch MTV anymore.


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