Exit 57 (1995–1996)

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30 minute sketch comedy featuring Stephen Colbert that aired on Comedy Central in 1995.


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Creators:

Stephen Colbert, Paul Dinello, Mitch Rouse, Amy Sedaris

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19 August 1999 | cinefan
From the people who brought you "Strangers With Candy"
This Comedy Central show was unfortunately short-lived (two seasons), despite winning a Cable Ace Award. It was a pretty straightforward sketch show brought to you by a bunch of Second City vets - Stephen Colbert, Paul Dinello, Mitch Rouse, and Amy Sedaris (and Jodi Lennon from Chicago's Annoyance Theatre) - who went on to create and star in Comedy Central's "Strangers With Candy." It was also brilliant. Now that "Strangers" is a success and Stephen Colbert is high-profile on "The Daily Show," let's hope this show is brought back for reruns... even though it probably will never be seen again. Too bad, because it was sure a thousand times better than MTV's "The State," Comedy Central's "The Vacant Lot," or Fox's "Mad TV." Smart, side-splitting comedy!

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