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If you missed Strangers With Candy the first time around, it's OK -- a lot of people did. But since it ended in 2000, it's developed a strong cult following and is considered must-watch who considers themselves comedy aficionado. It's fun to watch a zany Colbert play such a different character than from what we're so used to seeing.
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Mike, may I introduce you to "Family Guy"? How about some "Arrested Development"? Ever spend 30 seconds watching Netflix stand-up comedy? AND the dessert course? Check out the famous reality tv candidate who told people at his rally to attack someone who was protesting.
+195511SM ...Thank you I will do that. (I love TCM) as well. Would be great to see the cast interviews. Wish he could be on HBO with more freedom. Get the feeling CBS has him under their thumb trying to appeal every conceivable demographic. I still watch every night. Can't help myself.
+goreegirl ......Like you, I had only watched a few episodes, here & there....but found the complete series on DVD....... sometime in the early 2000s. Lots of 'special features' included.....commentaries on some of the episodes & cast interviews, etc. I went back & watched them all again......just before Colbert was set to take over The Late Show. You could probably find the complete series on the Comedy Central site.......or.....maybe even try the TCM catalog. ( Turner Classic Movies ). I've found a lot of hard-to-find film collections over there.
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