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This short lived attempt at live variety crashed and burned in a spectacular fashion. The program was essentially a lazy Saturday night on the couch, with Molloy and a cast of regular 'experts' in various fields dropping in for a chat. The Largest Living Things and the occasional guest band provided the musical interludes, and the occasional pre-recorded sketch was slotted in. Written by
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I loved this show. While on the whole it may not have been brilliant, there certainly were flashes of brilliance each week. A particular mention must go to Bob Franklin, whose surreal skits ("How delightful") were groundbreaking as well as very funny. The music guests were always good, too. Sadly, it seems that the Australian viewing public wasn't ready for this type of show and now we are forced to put up with the inane Rove McManus and Good News Week.
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