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TBS ought to just give up already on original programming and stick with re-runs and syndication. Yes, Frank is a very funny guy, and most of his impersonations are spot on. I especially like Frank's Jack Nickleson and John Madden.
However, the Frank TV skits were just NOT funny, which is too bad because I loved the commercials. I didn't so much as chuckle once during the program, especially during the Donald Trump skit, which was ridiculous.
I'm not sure why TBS has so much trouble producing a quality show. Maybe they only allow of budget of $4 per episode.
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