Hosted by one of America's most recognized and likeable television personalities, "The Tony Danza Show" is an entertaining one-hour talk show produced live daily from New York. Guests will ... See full summary »
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Hosted by one of America's most recognized and likeable television personalities, "The Tony Danza Show" is an entertaining one-hour talk show produced live daily from New York. Guests will include actors, athletes, news-makers, and real people with interesting stories to tell. Tony will also highlight incredible kids, and get into the kitchen to cook some of his own favorite family recipes. This show will occasionally extend beyond the studio, as Tony gets up close and personal with people who are making a difference in our culture or just to have a little fun. Written by Anonymous

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Tony Danza - Host: [to a contestant] You won a new refrigerator, great! Where you gonna put it?
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Nice guys finish last
5 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

Tony Danza, in a capsule review: A nice guy, a genuine person, the kid down the block who grew up and did good, but never forgot where he came from. Likable.

The Tony Danza Show: Flat. Not horrible, just... flat. There's no natural flow to the show, it's very forced. The song at the end, I don't think it comes off quite the way it's intended. It's corny and (once again) forced.

Danza is painfully earnest to the point where you realize he's invested more than just time into getting this show on the air. It's painful to watch, because you know what's going to happen, and it's a damn shame that it's going to happen to such a nice guy.

Edit: First to review, first to call it doomed, first to be right.


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