A show that displays parodies of different movies. But the fun is also in the studio.
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A show that displays parodies of different movies. But the fun is also in the studio.

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Queue the music. This is the Wrong Coast!

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7 April 2004 (Canada)  »

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The first season of six episodes were produced in New York City by Contractual Obligation Productions and the second season of episodes were produced in Canada. See more »

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Jameson Burkright: Welcome to The Wrong Coast. I'm Joozball Bockrit.
Debbie Sue Ashanti-Melendez: No, your name is Jameson Burkright.
Jameson Burkright: Well, the teleprompter says my name is Joozball Bockrit.
Debbie Sue Ashanti-Melendez: It doesn't matter what the teleprompter says, your birth certificate says your name is Jameson Burkright. And I'm Doobie-Saw Awati-Mamapusa.
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Spoofs American Beauty (1999) See more »

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Stop-action fun
10 July 2004 | by (Toronto, Canada) – See all my reviews

A stop-action animation series meant to spoof entertainment shows like Access Hollywood and Entertainment Tonight. Features sycophantic movie reporters, camera-hungry moderators and cross-bred films.

A sup-plot involves the in-fighting between the show's co-hosts, each wanting to be the top banana. Sometimes funny, sometimes reaching, the humor is perfect for this type of satire. Surprisingly, this show premiered on a movie channel even though it does not contain foul language or explicit nudity. Although sometimes, between this and the real infotainment shows, I can't tell which is more annoying. I recommend taping the show and watching it within a two-week gap between episodes.


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