Compiled by director Ken Shapiro and amalgamated as programming for a fictitious network, this riotous collection of skits — which mocks television and its trappings, from kids’ fare to commercials — was released to theaters as a full-length film.
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This is definitely more subtle than the Kentucky Fried Movie and has more of an edge to it. It's pretty second rate, and most of the skits don't work, but the round table discussion and the making food skits are good. Also, it strays from the skits to a sort of movie starring the director and another guy, and I wasn't a big fan of that.