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 Bill Sutton (21 episodes, 2000-2001)
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Satirical look at the music business.
17 January 2006 | by (Vancouver, Canada) – See all my reviews

I'd seen a few episodes, and found it pretty amusing; the portrayal of the superficial nature of the music business was likely spot-on, but spun in a comedic fashion. Had decent guest actors, and actual bands/artists that are relatively well-known (Scott Staph of Creed comes to mind....refused to wear a shirt, which was the 'problem' the PR folks were dealing with). Filmed right here in beautiful Vancouver, B.C., but was probably 'set' in L.A.; don't remember that far back. I think it's a shame that it didn't find an audience, as I do appreciate the quirkiness of true satire. I used to watch Greg Evigan on 'BJ and the Bear' as a kid, but he was made for this role; I thought his acting was outstanding here. Very funny. :-)


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