Along the same lines as "The Kids in the Hall", "The Vacant Lot" was a short-lived half-hour variety show from the mid-nineties. It poked fun at everything from disabilities to religion, ... See full summary »
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1994  
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Rob Gfroerer ...
 Various Characters (6 episodes, 1994)
Vito Viscomi ...
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Nick McKinney ...
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Along the same lines as "The Kids in the Hall", "The Vacant Lot" was a short-lived half-hour variety show from the mid-nineties. It poked fun at everything from disabilities to religion, and lasted less than a year. Written by D'Amico

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Rob: Shut up!!! It *is*:
[reciting, emphasizing each word]
Rob: blinded by the light, racked up like a deuce, another roller in the night. Okay? There's no loufa sponges, there's no ripping of douches, and whatever the hell *you* said there's none of that, alright?! That's the way the song was written, that's the way the you sing the song. You don't sing the song any other way because it wasn't *written* any other-are you laughing at me? Are you laughing? Shut up! Shut your freakin'... goof ball... Jeeerk...
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Referenced in Tosh.0: Board Breaker (2011) See more »

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"Held up like a loofa, by the foreman of the night"
13 December 2001 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This show had exactly one truly brilliant sketch, involving a group of guys trying to decypher the lyrics to Blinded by the Light. Honestly one of the funniest things I've seen (does ANYONE actually know the real lyrics?). Other than than that, it was mostly surreal sketch comedy firmly rooted in The Kids in the Hall territory. Unfortunatly it wasn't nearly as funny as The Kids...


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