Uranus Is Huge!: Greg Giraldo nuking Denis Leary was the greatest moment of that show.
Tellingthem: Oh man I also loved this show. I always figured half of the reason it didn't do well was because of Quinn. He always seemed so awkward out there. The other half was because of the stuff they talked about. They went to places where no one else dared to go on tv.
Weigard: Man, Giraldo can thisclose to saying, "Hey, we can't all steal our opinions from Bill Hicks."
InmanRoshi: Tellingthem: Oh man I also loved this show. I always figured half of the reason it didn't do well was because of Quinn. He always seemed so awkward out there. The other half was because of the stuff they talked about. They went to places where no one else dared to go on tv.Even though it was political, it wasn't really a natural follow up to the Daily Show. Completely different tones. I worked in an office full of uptight women at the time. Every morning started off with a discussion of the Daily Show from the night before and how adorable and cute and precious Jon Stewart is. This inevitably followed into with how "disgusting" and "vile" Tough Crowd was. Quite a few even threatened to write letters to Comedy Central demanding it to be taken off the air for "hate speech". I would be surprised if more than a few followed through.
Bareefer Obonghit: Alright, after looking for 15 minutes I realize that there are no DVDs of this or any streaming of it anywhere. Not even any torrents. BUT! Being someone that only advocates downloading shows as a last resort when something like this happens... if you go to the Tough Crowd imdb discussion page and look at the thread "there has to be someone out there....." you'll find a link to an FTP site that has almost all of them. And no viruses... If you're so inclined.
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