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I never really understood why Norm isn't big as he should be. Every major comedians find him as one of the funniest man alive, yet most networks executives and some public don't "get him". He has a unique sense of humour, which is lost on many people. Personally I think he is one of the funniest comedians around and this show just proves it.
"Conan O'Brien wrote in an e-mail: "I've been interviewing Norm for 18 years and he has consistently broken every talk-show rule. When Norm steps out from behind the curtain I honestly don't know what is going to happen and that electrical charge comes through the television.""
Hope this show is start of something big of Norm and goes on for many seasons. Its hard to believe he hasn't been on television for nearly seven years, TV is better whenNorm Macdonald is on it.
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