Watching Rick Dees, a west coast DJ, do things on TV was like having a forklift push your eyeballs into the back of your head. This guy was a deer in headlights as he did a lame monologue, lame softball interviews of d-list celebrities, and unfunny, non-existent comedy. To compound the ineptness of his star caliber, Dees even had guests sign a wall of fame after every interview.
I actually nightly sat through this ABC puke, and expected it to improve, but it was like staring at a train wreck; something so tragic you couldn't take your eyes off it.
For some reason, Dees wisely jumped ship. Guest hosts finished out the season: Tony Danza (future talk-show host), Suzanne Sommers, then her husband(!), and long before "Everybody Loves Raymond", Brad Garrett. While Garrett was pretty good and did some halfway decent sketches, even he couldn't save the clusterf~ck of a talk-show that preceded his short run.
Thanks for nothing, Disco Duck.
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