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  (in credits order)

Dennis Miller ... Himself

Norm MacDonald ... Himself

Directed by
Debbie Palacio 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
José Arroyo 
David Feldman 
Eddie Feldmann 
Jim Hanna 
Leah Krinsky 
Dennis Miller 
Jacob Sager Weinstein 
David Weiss 

Produced by
Eddie Feldmann .... co-executive producer
Dennis Miller .... executive producer
Kevin C. Slattery .... executive producer
Original Music by
Shelly Berg 
Tom Halm 
Film Editing by
Michael Karlich 
Production Design by
Bruce Ryan 
Costume Design by
Jane Ruhm 
Makeup Department
Trent Cotner .... key makeup artist
Sound Department
Ron Garrard .... sound re-recording mixer
Other crew
Phoebe Henighan .... production coordinator
Claude Stuart .... assistant script coordinator

Production CompaniesDistributors

Additional Details

54 min

Did You Know?

The show was in the format of 5 mini versions of his show, Dennis Miller Live. They each included a monologue, rant, guest, and Big Picture segment. Each segment even had an instrumental version of "Everybody Wants To Rule The World" done in music appropriate to the era of time discussed.See more »
Dennis Miller:Michael Jackson is set to marry Lisa Marie Presley this week. The difference in religion is not expected to be an issue since she's a Scientologist and he's a science experiment.See more »


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Awesome!!, 16 September 2005
Author: AllisonLVenezio from Jersey shore, USA

This special was supposed to be a lead-in to the new millennium, who better to bring HBO into the year 2000 than Dennis Miller, one of HBO's most popular stars of the time (and likely still is).

This wasn't a conventional stand-up routine, as I was expecting. Rather, it was an hour-long "Dennis Miller Live"...set over 1000 years. Viewers get to watch Miller perform his show in different years, ranting on topics of the period, like, for example, the Bubonic Plague. Miller's guest each time is Norm MacDonald, also clad in period clothes. Miller starts the show in the present (1999), and the show goes from there. He does his current events, his rant, and his guest. I don't remember if he did the Big Screen (or some variation of it).

This was a really funny show, and Dennis Miller does a great job. His sarcastic wit and giggle were what made me laugh. He was the bright spot of the show (for more obvious reasons). The use of Norm MacDonald wasn't necessary--Dana Carvey would have been of much better use. MacDonald is funny, but one tends to get tired of him after awhile. You can only go so far saying "uhhh" a lot. I know not everyone would agree, but they could have done without him.

I really liked this special, as it was funny and insightful. I highly recommend seeing it if you can find it. I trashed my tape of this, unknowingly, and I'm still crushed. Eventually this one will have to be released on DVD.

Of course, that's just my opinion, and I could be wrong.

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