PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama
An unemployed visionary becomes the manager of a local public station. The station becomes a success, with all sorts of hilarious sight gags and wacky humor.
George Newman's ('Weird Al' Yankovic) ad for his show "Town Talk", where the show becomes more advanced with more controversial guests, was primarily a parody of Geraldo Rivera's now defunct talk show The Geraldo Rivera Show (1987). Long before Jerry Springer's show, Geraldo's guests would frequently get into fights, which ... ...
Yeah, so, can I help you?
George Newman: Hi, I'm George Newman. I'm the new station manager.
Pamela Finklestein: Ugh! You know, when I first took this job, they told me that this position would only be temporary, and that eventually, when the time was right, I would be moved up to ...
Before the shot in which Kuni changes the board to read $75,000, you can see the board changing to read $75,000 over the crowd in the preceding shot.
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