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It's a Miserable Life 

After being cursed by his old Rabbi, Dice is force to live life like the Diceman never have existed.

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Scot Armstrong

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Scot Armstrong (created by), Brian Gatewood | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Andrew Dice Clay ... Andrew Dice Clay
Kevin Corrigan ... Milkshake
Natasha Leggero ... Carmen
Brad Morris ... Brett
David Arquette ... David Arquette
Joe Lo Truglio ... Roger
Kevin Dorff ... Martin Levine
Eleanor Kerrigan ... (as Eleanor J. Kerrigan)
Jack Axelrod Jack Axelrod ... Rabbi Marshack
Valerie Vasquez Valerie Vasquez ... Woman
Dillon Scott Dillon Scott ... Dillon (as Dillon Scott Silverstein)
Max Silverstein Max Silverstein ... Max
Darrell Rivera Darrell Rivera ... Co-Worker #1
Semedo Hairston Semedo Hairston ... Flack
Matthew Harrington Matthew Harrington ... Emcee
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After being cursed by his old Rabbi, Dice is force to live life like the Diceman never have existed.

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Claro de Luna
Written by Greg Anderson, John Costello, David Hilker
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It's a Miserable Life
2 October 2017 | by Prismark10See all my reviews

Would the world be better off without the comedian Andrew 'Dice' Clay?

Does the question even has to be raised if you have seen 'The Adventures of Ford Fairlane'

The fictional character Dice, inspired and played by Andrew Dice Clay is cursed by a rabbi that the world would be better off without him.

In this season premiere Dice wakes up in a Las Vegas hotel room as a schmuck. A boring middle aged textile salesman making a pitch for a new client in order to save the factory and not lose jobs to India.

He is happily married, his two sons have tech jobs and are still virgins, saving themselves for the right woman. Everyone else he knew from Vegas is miserable apart from David Arquette.

This is a well known story device based on the famous James Stewart film, the premise has been used by lots of other shows but at least Dice managed to do it neatly in this episode. Since he worked with Woody Allen his acting chops has got better. I just did not find it all that funny.


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20 August 2017 (USA) See more »

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