This comedy/variety show specialized in parodies of movies and television shows and commercials. Often, they would also have a special guest (e.g., a TV actor) join them in the comedy ... See full summary »
"The Hustler of Money" was a film parody of Martin Scorsesee's "The Color Of Money", only this time Fast Eddie is a bowler. He has to teach "Wince" the rules of bowling, and life. Eddie's ... See full summary »
Nothing means more to me than having one of my former students come up to me and say "Derek, thanks for helping me," or "Derek, thanks for being so helpful," or "Derek, me help you did."
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Classic Ben Stiller humor through his amazingly developed character, Derek Zoolander. If you enjoyed the film, this clip is on the DVD and it should be required viewing. I laughed so hard I had to stop it so I could catch my breath. The clip is simply an advertisement for Derek Zoolander's new University for male modeling. It is done in a standard "campy" style, a la Sally Struthers' correspondence school bits, without the constant annoying presence of Sally Struthers. 'Derek Zoolander University' was shown at the 1997 VH1 Fashion Awards and is one of the two spots that were the predecessors of the movie 'Zoolander'.
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