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....especially in some of the musical numbers. For example: Connick plays his large white piano and a miniature drum set simultaneously in one segment (as if to prove he's a showoff), then toward the end of said segment Connick stands on top of his piano and conducts his band in a contrived, unconvincing manner.
And some of the other segments are just plain *stupid, goofy, and inane* (e.g. "Harry Tries....," "My Hidden Talent").
I was flabbergasted to read last March NBC Universal decided to give this waste of time a second season (hopefully it'll be its *last*). I wonder how much Connick bribed the NBC brass with to keep his sorry show alive?
Only for those who can stand this clown, his "square" music, and his over-the-top theatrics; otherwise not recommended. As dbborroughs said in his review of the Our Gang short "Doin' Their Bit" with regard to this program, "Take a pass."
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