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Andrew Dice Clay,
Soleil Moon Frye,
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I hate this show. In fact, the only reason I kept watching it was because Sean Astin was on the first episode I saw, and I thought he was a recurring panelist. Imagine my disappointment when I found out he wasn't.
I miss Michael Ian Black and Hal Sparks. If they were on the show, I'd have something to look forward to every week. I wonder if the producers thought they'd get higher ratings using the least funny and worst-looking panelist from the Holy Trinity of the "I Love The 80s" shows (Mo Rocca). And who told Rachael Harris and Kennedy that they were funny? I sure don't think so. This show is no more than C-list comedians going over the top in trying to make the show as funny as "I Love The 80s Strikes Back". Doesn't work. I give this show 0 out of 10 stars.
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