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Category:Classic TV Clips
Tags:video, SCTV, andrea martin, rick moranis, Gerry Todd
Submitted:boner
Date:10/21/14
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Old_Zircon
Still probably the best sketch comedy show ever, except maybe for Kids In the Hall.
infinite zest
I should really go back and watch these. When I was a kid they'd show SCTV after SNL, but then it switched to Almost Live and I got the two confused. I still stick with Mr. Show followed by KitH, and if they keep up what they did for the season 2 premiere, Birthday Boys as my top 3.

I honestly wish they'd bring back a little video section on okcupid and other sites.. it seems so much easier than it was back in the 80s

cognitivedissonance
Almost Live has a sort of high school diorama charm to it. I once sold John Keister a Gamecube.

infinite zest
I once sold Pat Cashman two 3DOs: the Goldstar and Panasonic kind just in case Crystal Dynamics chose sides and he couldn't have Gex for both systems. The mushrooms wore off shortly after. It was Bill Nye and he just wanted a gameboy color. Actually it was a blinking stoplight.

Old_Zircon
Mr. Show is really good, too.

yogarfield
These stories are lies. The Almost Live crew did not play video games. Except for Mchale. He bought 3 Virtual Boys from me. I'm the reason his hair came back.

yogarfield
also Gex.
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