The only reason to watch this steaming pile of media is to see Kelsey Grammer risk his professional reputation for a quick paycheck. Make no mistake about it, Bill Zucker (RIP) financed this project and hired some out of work "talent" (Scott Baio & Lydia Cornell) to participate in his wretched skits. Zucker was so transparently untalented that it is shocking that Mr Grammer would in any way appear on screen with him. My only guess is that Kelsey might have been led to believe they were recording a demo reel for Bill Zucker and that it would never be "released." Instead (I speculate) Mr Zucker actually threw Kelsey's name in the title, did press releases, and shopped it as an actual show in order to accrue some undeserved notoriety for himself.
This is a horrible piece of trash. It's not a "so bad it's good" kind of thing--it's just bad. Watching the hired help perform Zucker's atrociously bad sketches and participate in vomit-enducing banter will make you cringe.
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