TV Series | TV-PG | | Comedy, Music
The original rapid fire sketch comedy show.
When the show went off the air, it was explained that they had run out of things to parody.
It's not fair.
The early episodes's closing credits happen while the cast tell jokes from the joke wall.
Many of the original one-hour shows were re-edited into two half-hour programs in the early 1980s for syndication. Often, bloopers and outtakes were used to fill out a segment, especially during the joke wall sequence which occurred at the end of each show during the closing credits. New graphics were generated for credits on re-edited endings and run in the same sequence as the originals, but were in a different font. In a few instances, there was some overdubbing, specifically where Judy Carne's "NBC, beautiful downtown Burbank" was overdubbed with, "'ello, 'ello, beautiful downtown Burbank" when she played a switchboard operator on some of the earlier shows.