Scott, Dennis and Randy are three slacker dudes who also make up the rap/rock band Shasta. Instead of working on their music, they spend most of their time hanging out on Venice Beach ... See full summary »

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 Diana (22 episodes, 1999-2000)
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Scott, Dennis and Randy are three slacker dudes who also make up the rap/rock band Shasta. Instead of working on their music, they spend most of their time hanging out on Venice Beach trying to score dates, finding new ways to stall the pizza delivery guy, and generally being mediocre. Written by Mike Konczewski

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Every once in a great while a band comes along that is the voice of its generation. Shasta McNasty is not that band. See more »

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30 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Scott Adams, the creator of the comic strip "Dilbert", called this "the worst TV show ever made" and blames it for the cancellation of Dilbert (1999), which was its lead-out program. See more »

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Yes brilliant - intelligent balance of earthy humor, pragmatism, & human dignity
7 January 2000 | by (Virginia, USA) – See all my reviews

I saw the second Vern Troyer guest episode (Oct 99) of Shasta McNasty and my friends and I all loved it. I didn't know this guy can act really well!! -(And, no, I didn't make it a priority to see Austin Powers 2). Troyer's character is just great. (I don't even watch sitcoms! But this was just great, so maybe I ought to be more open-minded.) This is the episode that opens with Troyer as a buddy of the regular cast characters, and they come across him working as a crab-cracker at a crabhouse (he gets on the table, slips a plastic bag over foot, and smashes crab claw for customer). As caring friends, they are aghast, and tell him that they feel he deserves more dignity than that! Then there's some stage talent competition as the informal entertainment at this restaurant, which Troyer and his friend jump in to improvise and win - which starts a fight with someone who's jealous... Troyer's character beams him beautifully well, and they all realize that a new career as boxer is begun... Troyer's character loves the idea... soon they are all taking bets, there's ring-girl humor from both male and female perspectives, etc... they search for contenders, which brings more than they bargain for. Troyer's character learns to work out the wrong way, and the right way (both with a number of twists on traditional methods that are hysterically funny). The whole 1/2 hour was just a scream, and at the same time VERY human, very practical straight-shootin' earthy humor, dealing with little people, man-woman, etc. life issues universal to everyone, while keeping you laughing and riveted on the sitcom level. Included great site-gag spoofs on many well-known films (rocky, pulp fiction, etc.).....--- I sure hope this is rebroadcast! ......(& if anyone knows if/when, please email ).


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