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Desc:Yakov Smirnov's going crazy with credit cards! WHAT A COUNTRY!!!
Category:Advertisements, Classic TV Clips
Tags:80s, sitcom, Yakov Smirnoff, WPIX, WTF he actually had his own show
Submitted:revdrew
Date:11/14/07
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Comment count is 10
revdrew
It's there, embedding is just disabled.
Senator_Unger
In Soviet Russia, embedding disables you!

Caminante Nocturno
Wait, this guy actually had his own show? I thought he was just some running gag for commercials.

Oh my God!
Rovin
Nope, 'fraid not, he was a ... popular?... stand up comic back in "the day." He's got a show in Branson, Missouri.

Scrotum H. Vainglorious
I vaguely remember this but I do recall he had frequent comedy shows on cable back in the day.

"You call this a fixer-upper? In Russia we call this Chernobyl!"


Knuckles
Damn you, situational comedy. You've cursed POETV to an avalanche of Russian reversals.
DrVital
In Soviet Union reversals Russian YOU!

K Clobber
What about his classic Night Court clips? Oh yeah, none of them were funny.
Testicles of Doom
Holy shit, I forgot that this ever existed.

Although I've never seen it, I imagine it's kind of like Perfect Strangers without Cousin Larry.
KnowFuture
I've seen a few episodes of it.

The level of comedy made "Perfect Strangers" look like a New Yorker cartoon.

All I really remember about it was it took place in a sort of naturalization class for newly-arrived immigrants who were trying to become citizens and there was this whole pantheon of wacky foreign stereotype characters which included Yakov Smirnoff.

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