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The Weber Show 

Cursed (original title)
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 Melissa Taylor 17 episodes, 2000-2001
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 Wendell Simms 17 episodes, 2000-2001
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26 October 2000 (USA)  »

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The Steven Weber Show  »

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Originally, the show was focused on Steven Weber's character being the most cursed man on earth. When that didn't work, NBC decided to revamp the show into a more general sitcom and renamed it "The Weber Show". See more »

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Larry Heckman: Hey, look at this: for sale, one prosthetic arm, excellent condition. I'm gonna give them a call and ask if they can give me a hand! Ha ha ha! Oh, wait..."serious enquiries only". Damn.
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one of the worst shows ever
5 January 2001 | by See all my reviews

I have to say, having this bit of dribble replace must see tv's Frasier was incredibly disappointing. I love Steven Weber and I had high hopes for this show, but the humour is not only childish, it's just plain dumb. The show is not funny. Chris Elliot is normally a riot but his character is so stupid and so annoying (and the fact that someone so moronic is a doctor doesn't add anything), he makes watching the show unbearable. A name change and a lesbian character couldn't save the show. The best part was the theme song by Liz Phair (which was dropped when the show went from Cursed to the Weber Show). Too bad.


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