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Episode #1.3 

Dave discusses his turning down QVC, a parody of Roots, including an out-take reel of gags and bloopers (to the tune of 'Yakkety-Sax'), Dave shows clips from previous, aborted shows which were filmed, but never aired. A modern take on _ 'It's a Wonderful Life' (1946)_ where Dave shows a girl who curses her big breasts away, and wonders what life would've been like without them.

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Himself - Host / Various
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Sheila
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Sheila's Friend
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Frank (as Michael C. Collins)
Travis Leung ...
Spectator
Patrick Frederic ...
Priest
Stephen Largay ...
Frank's Assistant
Daniel Pierce ...
Spectator
Lyric Marie Benson ...
Bride (as Lyric Benson)
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Bridesmaid
Yoshio Mita ...
Asian Slave
Frederick B. Owens ...
Father
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Cole (as Ken Foreman)
Adam Sietz ...
WB Announcer (voice)
Samantha Lucier ...
Daughter
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Dave discusses his turning down QVC, a parody of Roots, including an out-take reel of gags and bloopers (to the tune of 'Yakkety-Sax'), Dave shows clips from previous, aborted shows which were filmed, but never aired. A modern take on _ 'It's a Wonderful Life' (1946)_ where Dave shows a girl who curses her big breasts away, and wonders what life would've been like without them.

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5 February 2003 (USA)  »

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Written by Dead Prez
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