The Comeback (2005– )
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Valerie Does Another Classic Leno 

Valerie goes on Leno to slam "The Comeback" and quit on air.

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Michael Patrick King (created by), Lisa Kudrow (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lisa Kudrow ... Valerie Cherish
Malin Akerman ... Juna Millken
Robert Bagnell ... Tom Peterman
Lance Barber ... Paulie G.
Robert Michael Morris ... Mickey Deane
Laura Silverman ... Jane Benson
Damian Young ... Mark Berman
Lillian Hurst ... Esperanza
Kellan Lutz ... Chris MacNess
Vanessa Marano ... Franchesca
Jason Olive ... Jesse Wood
Kimberly Jeppson ... Shayne Thomas (as Kimberly Kevon Williams)
Anna Belknap ... Sara Peterman
Dan Bucatinsky ... Billy Stanton
Bill Escudier Bill Escudier ... Milo
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Valerie throws a giant party to celebrate the premiere of "The Comeback," and is horrified to discover they have taken nearly ALL of the footage and assembled it out of context, notably footage of her punching Paulie G and the two of them vomiting simultaneously. She vows to quit the show live on air at The Tonight Show , but ends up relishing the spotlight because it is such a huge hit. Written by Anonymous

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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References Million Dollar Baby (2004) See more »

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Cherish
Written by Terry Kirkman
Performed by The Association
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.
By Arrangement with Warner Special Products
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Love the Show!!!
29 December 2010 | by karlo_hi-732-746424See all my reviews

It is sad that this show had to end. I'm a big fan of this show because it is painfully funny. Lisa Kudrow was so believable portraying Valerie Cherish. You feel sympathy for her because of how she is treated by some of the people who makes her feel that she not, and never will be, a hot thing on television. But at the same time, the scenarios she gets herself in to be noticed, loved, and understood are just hilarious. She tries too hard to live a PG-rated life because of having cameras filming her every second of her, but at times, she really can't avoid doing what she had to do to live normally.

They have a great cast, and I just wished HBO had pushed harder for the show to go on because this show really gave laughs.


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