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theFlu - 2007-12-18

I suppose nostalgia helps

Chalkdust - 2007-12-18

Dawdle Or Dink!

Big Nails!

dancingshadow - 2007-12-18

I watched so much of this show. We need some Billy Quan.

Xenocide - 2007-12-18

This is a good example of a weak premise saved by a great performance.

cognitivedissonance - 2007-12-18

Pat Cashman affected an entire generation of Seattlite speech mannerisms. I wake up in the dead of night, sweat on my brow, the fever of fear on my mind, with only one, baritone thing on my lips: "FOSTER FARMS CHICKEN."

Elainen - 2007-12-19

5 stars for Dawdle or Dink! and the show that gave Bill Nye his start.

garcet71283 - 2007-12-19

Man....I miss the day when we could make fun of South King County and it would still be relevant....

"I'm from Burien and I live by the three B's...Beer, Babes and Van Halen"

Billy Buttsex - 2007-12-19

Oh, burien... how embarassing you are.

StanleyPain - 2007-12-19

Actually, it's not even a Seattle thing per se....I remember re-broadcasts of this on some channel somewhere when I was a kid.

glasseye - 2007-12-19

Only due to Seattle sharing its awesomeness with people who have the great misfortune to live elsewhere.

Aelric - 2007-12-19

It may have been through Bill Nye. He was a cast member, and the rest of the cast appeared on his show regularly.

I'm gonna go on record as a long time north westerner as saying Almost Live was usually pretty weak, but when they had their moments, they were fantastic.

cognitivedissonance - 2007-12-19

Of course the comedy was spotty. It had the charm of Summer Camp skits, you knew most of them would be terrible but the people on stage were having a ton of fun, and so you were too.

helicopter cats - 2007-12-19

Comedy Central (or the Comedy Channel or HA!, whatever it was then) used to show reruns of Almost Live in the very late 80's/early 90's.

Old_Zircon - 2011-08-06

Yeah, I watched those religiously as a kid. It was Comedy Channel.

fluffy - 2014-07-14

I didn't grow up in Seattle but Albuquerque had plenty of "oriental rug stores" like this that worked the same way.

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