Comedy/talk show from the early '90s on Ha! (the Comedy Central predecessor).


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Comedy/talk show from the early '90s on Ha! (the Comedy Central predecessor).

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Comedy | Talk-Show





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1990 (USA)  »

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[theme song]
Denis LearyBilly Kimball: Somewhere there's a place you can just get away / From the boss and the spouse and the cares of the day / A place you can go to forget about life for a while / But this ain't that place / This is just a TV show / A lousy alternative to reading a book / If you have problems, please seek professional care / Because this is Afterdrive / With Dennis Leary and Billy Kimball / And after Afterdrive / You'll just have to deal / You'll just have to deal / You'll just have to deal... / With ...
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Referenced in Tosh.0: Tosh.0 Marathon (2011) See more »

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Been a Leary fan ever since
11 March 2008 | by (California) – See all my reviews

I thought this was the greatest show ever when it was on, but then again I was only 15 at the time and spent most of my free time riding my bike to the mall, playing video games with my dorky friends, and crying to REM's Green Album. This was a talk show in the early days of Comedy Central, before it was even called Comedy Central, when the channel was still called "HA!" The great Denis Leary co-hosted with a guy named Billy Kimball, who himself was the host of "Clash", another "HA!" show on at the time. As I seem to recall each show had a theme. One was about monkeys, specifically about how much Leary hated them. In it Leary told a great joke that went something like: If you take a hundred monkeys and put them in a room with a hundred typewriters, after a few weeks you know what you'll get?-- A hundred typewriters with monkey crap all over them. That one had me rolling for days. I'm serious. Good work guys. I still remember it fondly after all these years.

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