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    Im just not that into you AmandaFabulous's Avatar
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    Not at all boredom..that was and still is hilarious...I'm glad they included it.
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    Are you asking if he was one of the troupe members of KITH? Because if so, no.

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    These I Love the ____ shows just crack me up. A couple of the guys on there are too funny and Loni Love is awesome. I saw her on Star Search and thought she was hysterical!

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    Im just not that into you AmandaFabulous's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanda
    Are you asking if he was one of the troupe members of KITH? Because if so, no.
    I don't know what a 'troupe' is, but I guess that's what I'm asking.

    I thought he was a regular on Kids...that's all. Must have been someone else.

    Either way, I think he's funny..nothing beats dry, dark humor...and he's full of it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DJeterFan
    I saw her on Star Search and thought she was hysterical!
    I remember her on that! She was very good. I also am I fan of Rachel Harris, who is also very good on 'Best Week Ever.'

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    Michael Ian Black was a character in last season of Reno 911. One of the shows had him looking really flipping funny...greased hair, etc.. He was a convicted felon for rape, and he had to go around the neighborhood where he was going to live and explain to everyone who he is, etc.. they had to sign a paper saying he explained it.
    For the love of Pete.. I about DIED. It was pee your pants hilarious! I recommend everyone to keep an eye open for that episode.

    I watched more of the 90's Saturday.. and my first impression was correct IMO, the 70's/80's were way better. Although at times I did laugh at some stuff. Hal Sparks did a hellofa job imitating the serial killer's voice in The Silence of the Lambs. Seriously! That was great.. but Chubacka (sp?), he's drilled that imitation into the ground! He's gotta stop it already, it's not funny anymore.

    Blob had NO reason to be on this show. None. How disappointing that he was even able to comment at all. :rolleyes Minus 5 good points for VH1. tsk tsk
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmandaFabulous
    I thought he was a regular on Kids...that's all. Must have been someone else.
    I think you're thinking of The State, which was similar in that they both were sketch comedy shows, but KITH came about 5 years before The State.

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    [QUOTE=AmandaFabulous]
    I thought he was a regular on Kids...that's all. Must have been someone else.
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    I think you're confusing him with Bruce McCullough:
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    Quote Originally Posted by charstar813
    I remember watching Michael Ian Black in a show called The State on MTV. It was hilarious. I loved the 90's show, but I do think the 80's was done better. And yeah, their timeline was way off.....I remember listening to Boyz II Men way before 1994. Unfortunately they did bring back the horrible memories I have from The Teletubbies. Ugh. Sorry, but that sun-baby is just creepy.
    He was also in a GREAT show called Viva Variety. It was this odd send-up of European variety shows (It aired here on MTV I believe) he played this Euro-trash host named "Johnny Bluejeans"

    Anyone else remember it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maveno
    I watched more of the 90's Saturday.. and my first impression was correct IMO, the 70's/80's were way better. Although at times I did laugh at some stuff. Hal Sparks did a hellofa job imitating the serial killer's voice in The Silence of the Lambs. Seriously! That was great.. but Chubacka (sp?), he's drilled that imitation into the ground! He's gotta stop it already, it's not funny anymore.


    Usually, though, Hal does awesome imitations. The one of the 'Lambada' was hilarious... (lets save the rainforest with our groins! Hee hee! Hee hee!) I also loved how they brought back some of the people from the 90's, like those two power rangers, and Jaleel, and the Forest Gump guy... just not the dancing baby. I swear, that dancing baby is evil.

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