Mr. Show with Bob and David : Season 4

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  • Series Premiere Date: Nov 3, 1995
Season #: 1, 2, 3, 4
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  • Summary: Widely considered one of the funniest sketch comedy series in TV history, Mr. Show ran sporadically on HBO's late night schedule for four seasons (and 30 or so episodes) from 1995-1998. In addition to the titular hosts and series creators, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross (who had met whileWidely considered one of the funniest sketch comedy series in TV history, Mr. Show ran sporadically on HBO's late night schedule for four seasons (and 30 or so episodes) from 1995-1998. In addition to the titular hosts and series creators, Bob Odenkirk and David Cross (who had met while working on Fox's The Ben Stiller Show), on-screen regulars included Tom Kenny (later the voice of SpongeBob), John Ennis, Jill Talley, and Jay Johnston, with Paul F. Tompkins, Jack Black, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Brian Posehn, Scott Aukerman, Karen Kilgariff, Dino Stamatopoulos, and Scott Adsit also serving as writers and/or performers. Each episode blended Bob and Dave's on-stage introductions (in front of a live audience) with filmed segments, which were often linked together into a seamless whole. Expand
  • Genre(s): Comedy

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  1. New York Daily News
    Reviewed by: David Bianculli
    Jul 8, 2013
    90
    Manages to be outrageous and innovative at the same time. [26 Oct 1998]
  2. Chicago Tribune
    Reviewed by: Allan Johnson
    Jul 8, 2013
    90
    Mix in the comic insanity that Cross and Odenkirk bring to the table, and the loose, Monty Pythonish way that one sketch leads into another, and what you have is the deliciously funny and biting show that Howard Stern wishes he was doing. [26 Oct 1998]

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