A two-hour Friday night block of family sitcoms hosted by the various stars of the shows, TGIF was often supplemented with animation, running skits, and short gags.
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Although some TGIF hosts were featured more than others, they originally rotated hosting duties with the stars on the sets of the evening's respective shows. In the 1992 season, Camp Wilder
(1992) star Jay Mohr
was made the resident host. Appearing as himself on a new off-kilter TGIF set, Mohr's intros were wacky and specifically geared toward a youth audience. After 13 weeks, TGIF reverted back to the original format. See more
Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Mamma Mia!