A weekly series satirizing the world of entertainment, hosted by David Spade.

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A weekly series satirizing the world of entertainment, hosted by David Spade.

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Turning Hollywood upside down from the inside out. See more »

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September 2005 (USA)  »

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Gone Hollywood  »

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A similar pilot titled "The Hollywood Show" with Brian Unger was produced by Comedy Central simultaneously with this show's pilot. When it was not picked up, "The Hollywood Show" became the new title for this show. Spade suggested "The Showbiz Show". See more »

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Referenced in Tosh.0: Risky Business Girls (2010) See more »

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Another "Comedy" Show
21 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I knew this show would suck even before it premiered and I must be psychic because I was right. It sucks! David Spade is so overrated! He is just so unfunny! I have never seen anything good with him in it. This show seems like something out of Saturday Night Live and I hate Saturday Night Live. This show is like a very bad The Daily Show with Jon Stewart where they only talk about entertainment. The last thing the world needs is another show just about entertainment. There's this and Entertainment Tonight and The Insider and Access Hollywood and so on. There are also these weird things before commercial breaks that don't make any sense. One was River Pheniox and Jack Lemmon, separated at death. What the Hell does that even mean!?!? River Pheniox never did any acting together and they didn't even die at the same time. There was also this word scramble that had no real words in it. It was just qkfhvbzxikgbnxkgjd pg0r74jfhdghjep9. We need to stop talking about celebrities constantly. Cancel this garbage show Comedy Central!


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