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Fox to revive iconic 'In Living Color' sketch comedy show


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#1 OFFLINE   cj9788

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 02:42 AM

"The landmark sketch comedy series "In Living Color" -- which became famous in the early 1990s thanks to characters like clumsy Fire Marshal Bill and the dour Homey D. Clown -- has been revived nearly two decades after it last aired, the Fox network announced Friday.

An updated version of the program will air as "two half-hour specials in the spring of 2012," the network said in a statement. The exact dates of these shows have not been released."

Might as well bring back Married with Children and Parker Lewis Can't lose while their at it.

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#2 OFFLINE   Paul Secic

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 12:19 PM

"The landmark sketch comedy series "In Living Color" -- which became famous in the early 1990s thanks to characters like clumsy Fire Marshal Bill and the dour Homey D. Clown -- has been revived nearly two decades after it last aired, the Fox network announced Friday.

An updated version of the program will air as "two half-hour specials in the spring of 2012," the network said in a statement. The exact dates of these shows have not been released."

Might as well bring back Married with Children and Parker Lewis Can't lose while their at it.


In Living Color is on Centric in HD.

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#3 OFFLINE   Paul Secic

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 12:23 PM

"The landmark sketch comedy series "In Living Color" -- which became famous in the early 1990s thanks to characters like clumsy Fire Marshal Bill and the dour Homey D. Clown -- has been revived nearly two decades after it last aired, the Fox network announced Friday.

An updated version of the program will air as "two half-hour specials in the spring of 2012," the network said in a statement. The exact dates of these shows have not been released."

Might as well bring back Married with Children and Parker Lewis Can't lose while their at it.


It won't be as good as the original program.

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#4 OFFLINE   Drew2k

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 05:22 PM

The Fly Girls are so ... 90's. What would they call them today?

But the more pressing question is where are they going to find a family of comedians to be the show runners, writers, and on-screen performers????

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Posted 30 October 2011 - 05:26 PM

The Fly Girls are so ... 90's. What would they call them today?

But the more pressing question is where are they going to find a family of comedians to be the show runners, writers, and on-screen performers????


Or another Jim Carrey.
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