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A variety show of the 70's with today's "comedy"
8 August 2001 | by See all my reviews

Wayne Brady, best known for his work on the American version of "Who's Line is it Anyway?" has his own variety-type show that mixes improv, dance and skit comedy. What is now during the summer, a special, I've been told is later becoming a regular part of ABC.

I found this show while channel flipping. Nothing else was on (most literally. It was either this or Richard Simmons biography) and I thought "well, it can't be that bad". A few minutes into the show I wasn't enjoying it. I wasn't laughing, let alone smiling, and the show-dance thing became old, far too quick.

I mean seriously, people in the audience were laughing. I think even at the things that weren't jokes. It's one of those shows, where you bring in a star from your other show, and try to gain some ratings in the summer season.

Hopefully this show will fade away. Or possibly write something funny. I love the idea of a variety show in today's times. If it was better done.

1.5/5. I give it 1.5 because Wayne Brady has musical talent and he does it well when he's not trying to put jokes into all of it.


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