Axed after just two episodes, this was a disastrous Australian version of the long-running US comedy show Saturday Night Live (1975).
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Michael Veitch ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Marg Downey ...
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Peter Moon ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Jane Hall ...
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Kate McLennan ...
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 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Dave O'Neil ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Andrew Curry ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Paul Calleja ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Colin Lane ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
Julie Eckersley ...
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 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2005
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Axed after just two episodes, this was a disastrous Australian version of the long-running US comedy show Saturday Night Live (1975).

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No up to par
2 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

Not as good as Peter Moon and Michael Veitch other comedy show "Fast Forward" (1989.) Was a BIG let down.

The jokes were not funny and predictable the characters were old, boring and annoying I recommend giving this show a big miss.

the show bombing was not just Peter Moon and Michael Veitch fault it was an evenly crap performance by all involved.

Paul Calleja, Andrew Curry, Marg Downey, Jane Hall, Colin Lane, Peter Moon, Dave O'Neil, Queenie van De Zandt and Michael Veitch.

Guest host William McInnes was by far the worst his opening monologue was one of the worst performances I had ever seen and his insulting of Lisa McCune was total uncalled for.

Until this show I was a huge fan of Michael Veitch and Peter Moon's comedy genius but no longer.


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