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In "Celebrity Jeopardy", Ben Stiller is hilarious as Tom Cruise and Jimmy Fallon does a good Adam Sandler. " (based on a cross between Star Trek and Space 1999) some of the questions have wit.
I also liked the line about the prize Dial a Blank Electro-Shock Kit - "So effective, you won't remember you own one".
In "Jackie Rogers Jr's 0,000 Jackpot Wad", Billy Crystal does an accurate Sammy Davis Jnr, and Martin Short is a campy buck-toothed host.
In "Dysfunctional Family Feud", Phil Hartman is amusing as the Dad.
I thought this was an okay DVD, a good portion of the DVD is with Chris Rock as a Weekend Update correspondent. The other skits are pretty good as well, but im my opinion this DVD missed two classic skits. They should have put the one with Vanilla Ice (Kevin Bacon) on this DVD. Instead they put the one with Colin Powell (Meadows), Tori Spelling (Oteri), and Mike Tyson (Morgan).
Also the selection of the "new" version of I'm Chillin' kind of confused me.
We hope Jason Sudeikis's jumpsuit-wearing sidekick Vance is still out there dancing somewhere.
‘s game show sketches can be hit or miss, but many that have aired over the years have been instant classics — especially when they were derailed by Burt Reynolds and Sean Connery.
This 1992 gem, “Bensonhurst Dating Game,” features the two players as contestants on a dating show.
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This spot-on spoof of melodramatic Lifetime movie tropes is anchored by a perfectly creepy Bill Hader, whose natural gravitas and impressive range of eyebrow movement made him the go-to game show host during his parodies in its day, but the simplest approach — putting in a bunch of your best original characters (and original cast members) and letting them run wild — is still the best one.
's game show sketches can be hit or miss, but many that have aired over the years have been instant classics -- especially when they were derailed by Burt Reynolds and Sean Connery.
If I can come up with a comedic idea this self-contained and perfect just once in my life, I will die a happy woman.