The owners are already rich of course. But unlike other network execs, they say fuck quality, so long as they keep there couch potato market.
South Park: Best on the channel, for obvious reasons.
Chappelle Show: Most original sketch comedy show ever, by Neal Brennan and Dave Chappelle(also the best stand-up act I have seen).
Crank Yankers: Some very original prank calls, great effect added by puppets` actions sometimes. Awesome guests that people who know anything about stand-up would recognize.
Daily Show with Jon Stewart: Great newscaster, originally from MTV News. Always known for sense of humor added to reports, still awesome, but now its a whole half-hour! Even a decent source of news, if you are smart enough to see what the actuall facts were(as it is fact-based)
The Critic: Highly underaprecciated classic. Anything with John Lovitz is awesome(ie. Rat Race, The Wedding Singer)
Insomniac: Dave Attell, great comic. Good at stand up, great talent for getting wasted. Jason rules too.
Plus, my NYC friend ran into them one night in Brooklyn. Lucky bastard.
"The 1st animated reality show"? What kind of bullshit is that?
Duckman: great. Simple but deep humor. Just watch it.
Kid Notorious: I don`t know shit about Robert Evans, except that he rules.
The Man Show: good as South Park, til they put those new guys on.
Reno 911: #2 show on the network. Awesome shit. Great parody of Nevada if you have ever been there.
Kids in the Hall- Canada trying to be Monty Python. No chance in hell, but the Kids still rule.
that`s right, Comedy Central did not make it. How stupid can you be to not know it`s Canadian? They even talk about it on the show! Hey morons like Fotodevoto, CC can`t make new episodes of a Canadian show, can they?
Mad TV: sucks as, why did Comedy Central actually pay Fox for this piece of crap
Saturday Night Live: great show, but it sometimes seems like Comedy Central handpicks the worst episodes
Dilbert: ok to read in the paper for 30 seconds, not worth watching on TV for 30 minutes.
Whose Line is it Anyway: Best improv show there is, done long before Dana Carvey`s version on ABC went mainstream thanks to Brady.
Trigger Happy TV: The best show they ever bought from BBC, even better than Whose Line. When I get back to the States, I am SO filming something like this.
thats all i can think of.
if i left anything out, my memory probably blocked it out for unrectifiable suctitude.
Marketing Chief: You mean expand out market to all ages, races, occupations, and both genders? No. Marketing to everyone would be too obvious. What do you say we make a depressingly shallow marketing campaign, so that we can limit our market to unemployed white catholic males between 25-30 years old?
Maher: What? I gotta get to the country club, get in a few games, little rushed. What are you proposing, in 3 words?
Chief: Market like retards.
Maher: Sounds like a plan!
Chief: Right on it. As any bussinessman knows, its best to limit your market as much as possible and make your product sound worthless.
Maher: Will it leave me more time for golf?
Chief: Sure, why not?
Maher: I like your thinking! Get right on that. I`m out, late for my caviar at the country club!