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Doctor Duck's Super Secret All-Purpose Sauce (1986)

| Comedy, Musical | Video 1986
A montage of sketch comedy and music videos.

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A montage of sketch comedy and music videos.

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As an in-joke , Martin Mull's lounge singer character is made up to look like Michael Nesmith's lounge singer from "Elephant Parts". See more »

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Edited from Television Parts (1985) See more »

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Little Bits 'n Pieces
Performed by Jim Stafford
Music Courtesy of CBS Records
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Showcase for great music videos and comedy
12 December 2007 | by See all my reviews

Some of the comedy sketches are classic, once-in-a-lifetime beauties - Ed Begley Jr as Pope Brad, Whoopi Goldberg as the surfer chick, Martin Mull in a charming music video romance and Bobcat Goldthwait with a performing pig. The music videos are remarkably swinging, mostly country, but don't be put off, they're all timelessly hip, clever and fun, including a magical Jimmy Buffet tune and some wacky comical ones. A collection of works of genius. Whoopi Goldberg's monologue of the crippled up bride alone is worth watching the whole thing. Many of the scenes stick in my head forever and make me smile. Mike Nesmith really knew what he was doing when he put this stuff together. My only criticism is that some of the fillers are just abstract silliness, but they are brief and fleeting.


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