A rock music oriented sketch comedy show parodying music videos.

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1986   1985  

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 Guitarist (1 episode, 1985)
Freddie Jackson ...
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Stephanie Mills ...
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In this series, the players perform in comedy sketches that are predominately parodying the typical fare of MTV such as the music videos. In addition, there are regular sketches of pop music oriented feature characters as well as performances by various musical guest stars. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Does anyone remember this?
29 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was pretty young when I watched this show - around 10 or 11. I remember them making fun of music videos, and I remember they had segments where they dressed up as the Smurfs. One skit I remember was to the song "Our House" with the line: "Our house, in the middle of our street..." The skit was the Smurfs living in their little mushroom house. The house was in the middle of a busy street and kept getting knocked around by traffic. The Smurfs inside were getting thrown all around. I think in the end the house was flattened by a truck.

I also remember a skit to "Hot Child in the City" where a fat kid was just sitting on a stoop sweating buckets. I seem to remember a skit to "Safety Dance" involving construction workers on a high rise building.

At age 10, I thought this show was funny. Hard to say what I'd think 20 years later.


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