The Amanda Show (1999–2002)

TV Series   |  TV-Y7   |    |  Comedy, Family


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A comedy sketch show centered around All That (1994) alum Amanda Bynes.


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Dan Schneider

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27 July 2003 | poisonrock29
Hilarious
Okay i realise i'm going to make myself very unpopular here just for my one line summary above, but i'm not going to let most of you say bad things about this show without saying why i think it ROCKS. This sketch style of comedy isn't usually my scene but Amanda Bynes is the most hilarious teen i have ever seen. She has the natural ability of being funny and a truckload of talent to go with it. When she does that hillbilly sketch i completely crack up. Infact i have laughed till my stomach was so tight i thought i would die. The only thing i don't like about the show is the segment on Moody's Point, it seems so dull and unfunny so i find myself channel hopping until that segment is over but the rest of the show is a total scream. Teenagers would prefer this style of entertainment to older people, i'm not a teenager but i never grew out of kids shows so i can still appreciate lighthearted comedy like The Amanda Show. Amanda portrays many diffrent characters and i think she performs great in all of them but i especially like the character of Courtney with the glasses and huge teeth. Courtney's appearance alone is enough to make me laugh and Amanda adds so much more to make Courtney even funnier than she already is. I'm not surprised Amanda Bynes is moving on to bigger things like her part in Big Fat Liar and i'm sure that's just the start for her. I'm looking forward to seeing alot more of Amanda in the future.

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