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The Lot (1999)
Crude and embarrassing! What more can one say?
It's hard to grasp why this silly series was ever made. AMC's weekly episodic promos indicate each show was patterned after an actual event. If there is any similitude to an actual historical Hollywood happening, public or clandestine, I can't find it. Somewhat disjointed story-wise, there are a few nice sets. Especially nice is the dungeon-appearing set in which character Colin Rhome (Michael York) displays his prowess as a master swordsman. Not many laughs to be had, but there is one particular funny moment when a Maitre'D presents the bar bill to a "dead" Colin Rhome. However the scene was abruptly interrupted by one of AMC's clumsy commercial breaks, destroying the moment and further displaying their inept degree of showmanship. Probably the most harmful aspect of this series is the abundance of vulgar insinuations, of which there are many. Of course the viewer must have his/her mind in the proper canal in order to catch on. It makes one wonder where the minds of the writers live.