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List Of Hungarian Television Series - TV2
... Geller utódja? (The Chosen One - Who Will Be Uri Geller's Successor?) reality show (Successor - Hungarian version) 2008-2008 A nagy fogyás (The Big Weight Lose) reality show (The Biggest Loser - Hungarian version ...
Ful Haus - Awards - PMPC Star Awards For TV
2009 Winner, Best Comedy Show 2008 Winner, Best Comedy Show 2007 Nominated, Best Comedy Show 2007 Nominated, Best Comedy Actor (Vic Sotto) 2008 Nominated, Best ...
Didi's Comedy Show
... Didi's Comedy Show was a 1989 German comedy television show starring Dieter Hallervorden that ran for 10 episodes ... The show is based partly on Didi's comedic antics, many of which would be impossible in real life ... It was quite popular in India as a comedy show on the national television Doordarshan in the 1980s, and in Uganda in the late 80's on UTV (Now UBC) ...
Sonny Fox (XM Radio)
... "Sonny Fox" (born 1951) is an American DJ who hosts the uncensored comedy channel on XM Radio which is now SiriusXM ... He created radio's first syndicated stand up comedy show, The Comedy Hour ... The show featured back-to-back routines from the top comics of the day such as Bill Cosby, George Carlin, and Lenny Bruce ...
Ingo Oschmann - Career
... In the next couple of years he developed shows for kindergartens and schools in Bielefeld and surrounding areas ... In 1997 he extended his professional repertoire with comedy, political cabaret and presentation ... Furthermore, he developed, arranged and presented the variety show BELAMI ...

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    Unless comedy touches me as well as amuses me, it leaves me with a sense of having wasted my evening. I go to the theatre to be moved to laughter, not to be tickled or bustled into it.
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