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Great show, but wouldn't survive w/o Comedy Central.
6 September 2000 | by (You tell me.) – See all my reviews

This is a wonderful show, especially as late-nite format talk shows go. The show has a very interesting premise. It's a good thing it's on Comedy Central. Why? Four words: The Whoopi Goldberg Show. Whoopi's show had the exact same format: just take a half hour and interview one guest. It had promise, but it was syndicated and therefore put in an asinine timeslot.

Anyway, Ben corrects the Whoopster's mistakes. Besides talking politics with the least likely of guests (Henry Rollins and Bill Goldberg come to mind...oddly enough they kept up some pretty good conversation), Ben went so far as to write and perform his own theme song. Shut up and talk!


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