Tom Green

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The Tom Green Show was renowned for Green's version of shock humor. Some of Green's most notable skits include pretending to "hump" a dead moose (which was referenced by rapper Eminem in "The Real Slim Shady"), having an X-rated lesbian scene painted on his father's car (labeled the "Slut Mobile"), drinking milk by sucking on a cow's teat, and putting a cow head in his parents' bed while they slept because his father was a fan of The Godfather films. Green also hung his own unauthorized piece of art in the National Gallery of Canada (which remained untouched for days) with the added twist of later coming back and vandalizing it to the horror of onlooking patrons.

Dr. Dolittle (1998 film)

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Norm Macdonald as Lucky. Kerrigan Mahan as Penguin. Philip Proctor as Drunk Monkey. Paul Reubens as Raccoon. Chris Rock as Rodney the Guinea Pig. Reni Santoni as Rat #1. Garry Shandling as Male Pigeon. Tom Towles as German Shepherd. Bill Barretta. Kevin Carlson. Bruce Lanoil. Drew Massey. Allan Trautman (lead puppeteer). Ian Tregonning. Mak Wilson. 1) "That's Why I Lie" – 4:51 (Ray J). 2) "Let's Ride" – 4:53 (Montell Jordan and Shaunta). 3) "Are You That Somebody?"

Molly Shannon

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Shannon was one of the few cast members to be kept (along with David Spade, Norm Macdonald, Mark McKinney and Tim Meadows) when Lorne Michaels overhauled his cast and writers for season 21 (1995–96). She appeared in a 1997 episode of Seinfeld titled "The Summer of George," where she played Sam, the co-worker who drove Elaine Benes crazy because she did not swing her arms while walking. She also appeared in Sheryl Crow's video for the song "A Change (Will Do You Good)" and played the recurring role of loony neighbor Val Bassett, Grace Adler's nemesis, on Will & Grace, appearing in five episodes over the sitcom's eight-season run.

Michael Richards

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The film Man on the Moon featured a re-enactment of the Andy Kaufman incident in which Richards was portrayed by actor Norm Macdonald (although he is never referred to by name so he could be seen as a composite character taking the place of Richards). In 1989, Richards had a supporting role in "Weird Al" Yankovic's comedy film UHF as janitor Stanley Spadowski. On television, Richards also appeared in Miami Vice (as an unscrupulous bookie), Cheers (as a character trying to collect on an old bet with Sam Malone), and made several guest appearances with Jay Leno as an accident-prone fitness expert.

Norm Macdonald Live

Norm Macdonald Has a Show, a spiritual successor to Norm Macdonald Live starring Macdonald and Eget was released on Netflix on September 14, 2018. The first season premiered on March 26, 2013 and concluded after eleven episodes. After a year-long hiatus, the second season debuted on May 12, 2014. It concluded after thirteen episodes in August 2014. A third season was released in September and October 2016, but only aired 2 episodes before going on hiatus. On July 25, 2017 the season continued with guest David Letterman.

Million Dollar Password

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On January 7, 2009, despite good ratings, CBS removed the last two episodes (one featuring Norm Macdonald and Jamie Kennedy scheduled for January 11 and another with Chelsea Handler and Jeff Garlin scheduled for January 25), along with a Season 1 repeat scheduled for January 18, from its schedule. The program returned to the schedule on May 24, 2009. Excluding June 7 for the broadcast of the 63rd Tony Awards, the network ran a mixture of unseen episodes and repeats of Season 1 and 2 episodes on Sundays until the beginning of July.

Celebrity Jeopardy! (Saturday Night Live)

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Norm Macdonald as Burt Reynolds. Kate McKinnon as Justin Bieber. Amy Poehler as Sharon Osbourne. Horatio Sanz as Ozzy Osbourne. Molly Shannon as Minnie Driver. Kenan Thompson as Bill Cosby. Kristen Wiig as Kathie Lee Gifford. Alec Baldwin as Tony Bennett. Drew Barrymore as Calista Flockhart. Jim Carrey as Matthew McConaughey. David Duchovny as Jeff Goldblum. Will Ferrell as Alex Trebek. John Goodman as Marlon Brando. Tom Hanks as Tom Hanks. Lucy Liu as Catherine Zeta-Jones. Norm Macdonald as Burt Reynolds (who changed his name to Turd Ferguson in several sketches, claiming "it was a funny name"). Tobey Maguire as Keanu Reeves. Matthew Perry as Michael Keaton. Winona Ryder as Björk.

Sports Show with Norm Macdonald

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The 4-12-2011 premiere of Sports Show with Norm Macdonald drew 1.011 million viewers, 0.6/2 adults 18-49. The 5-3-2011 episode (4th episode) drew 0.980 million viewers, 0.5/1 adults 18-49, 0.7/1 HH, 1.0/3 M18-34. The 5-24-2011 episode (7th episode) drew 1.007 million viewers, 0.5/1 adults 18-49, 0.7/1 HH. The 6-7-2011 episode (9th episode ) drew 0.944 million viewers, 0.5/1 adults 18-49, 0.7/1 HH, 1.0/3 M18-34. Sports Show With Norm Macdonald official website. Sports Show with Norm Macdonald Comedy Central's video clip archive of Season One. Norm Macdonald's official copyrighted site.

Rob Schneider

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Schneider played a variety of roles in the 2005 TV special Back to Norm, starring another former SNL player Norm Macdonald, and appeared on episodes of the popular TV shows Seinfeld and Ally McBeal. Schneider hosted the Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit '97 TV special, and the 2005 Teen Choice Awards, and was a frequent guest on NBC's late-night variety program The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. In Schneider's appearance with Leno on the July 24, 2007 episode of The Tonight Show, he showed up in drag as actress Lindsay Lohan after the latter cancelled following a controversial arrest for driving under the influence.

Laurie Metcalf

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She subsequently appeared with Norm Macdonald on The Norm Show (or Norm), which ran for three seasons (1999–2001), and was also a regular character on the 2003 Nathan Lane series Charlie Lawrence, which was cancelled after the airing of two episodes. Metcalf has made guest appearances on Absolutely Fabulous, Malcolm in the Middle, My Boys, Dharma & Greg, Frasier, Without a Trace, 3rd Rock from the Sun, The Big Bang Theory, and Monk. She has been nominated for the Emmy Award as Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series for the latter three listed roles. In The Big Bang Theory she played Sheldon Cooper's mother.

Darrell Hammond

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In May 2015, he began portraying Colonel Sanders in television commercials for Kentucky Fried Chicken, although he was replaced by Norm Macdonald, also a former SNL cast member, just three months later. Hammond was born in Melbourne, Florida, the son of Margaret and Max Hammond. Hammond was severely abused by his mother, contributing to his lifelong struggles with depression and substance abuse; his father, dealing with his own psychological issues resulting from his military service during World War II, often drank heavily and acted out violently. Hammond found as a child that doing impressions was the only thing he did his mother liked.

High Stakes Poker

Season seven debuted on its new GSN Saturday night time slot at 8:00pm from February 26, 2011 to May 21, 2011, Norm Macdonald replaced Gabe Kaplan as the host and Kara Scott conducted interviews from the poker room floor. The series was filmed in December 2010 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. Sponsored Full Tilt Poker pros were required to boycott the show this time around, as rival site PokerStars became its official sponsors. Thus, "High Stakes Poker" Season 7 is devoid of such Full Tilt pros as Phil Ivey, Jennifer Harman, Tom Dwan, Patrik Antonius, David Benyamine, Mike Matusow, and Eli Elezra.

Man on the Moon (film)

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Michael Richards is played by Norm Macdonald in a recreation of the Fridays show skit. According to Jerry Lawler's autobiography It's Good to be the King ... sometimes, WCW wrestler Glenn Gilbertti, better known to wrestling fans as Disco Inferno, was considered for the role of Lawler. Man on the Moon was shot in Los Angeles in the winter of 1998. The film's production is notable for Carrey's rigid method acting, staying in-character as Kaufman both on and off the set for the duration of production. Carrey's adherence to the role reached the extent where he would develop unscripted tics and habits that were previously characteristic of Kaufman himself.

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Shock humour. Shock value. Alan Jones. Alex Jones. John Laws. Ray Hadley. Brian Phelps. Derryn Hinch. Chris Smith. Steve Price. Bubba the Love Sponge. Petey Greene. Opie and Anthony. Rush Limbaugh. Kyle Sandilands. Tim Shaw. Howard Stern. Wendy Williams. Giuseppe Cruciani. Morning zoo. Stan Zemanek. Don Imus. Mark Thompson (radio).

Me Doing Stand-Up

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Norm Macdonald: Me Doing Stand-Up is a stand up DVD by comedian Norm Macdonald released by Comedy Central Records. “Norm Macdonald. Me Doing Stand-Up” DVD was released by Comedy Central on June 14, 2011. Containing special features, deleted scenes and all completely uncensored and uncut.

Billy Madison

It stars Adam Sandler, Bradley Whitford, Bridgette Wilson, Norm Macdonald, and Darren McGavin. The film was written by Sandler and Tim Herlihy and produced by Robert Simonds, and was Macdonald's feature film debut. It made over $26.4 million worldwide and debuted at number one at the box office. The film received mixed reviews from critics. Billy Madison is the 27-year-old heir to Madison Hotels, a Fortune 500 chain of 650 hotels founded by his father, retiring tycoon Brian. He spends his days drinking with friends and creating disturbances across his father's estate. One day, Billy ruins a dinner meeting between his father and his associates by acting obnoxiously.


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Subsequently, in a planned rotation of actors, Norm Macdonald, Jim Gaffigan, George Hamilton and Rob Riggle portrayed Sanders in similar ads through the fall of 2016. In January 2018, Country Music icon Reba McEntire was chosen to be KFC's first female Colonel Sanders. KFC is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, one of the largest restaurant companies in the world. KFC had sales of $23 billion in 2013. KFC has its headquarters at 1441 Gardiner Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, in a three-story colonial style building known colloquially as the "White House" due to its resemblance to the US president's home. The headquarters contain executive offices and the company's research and development facilities.

Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief

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Norm Macdonald as Lucky the Dog (uncredited). Jennifer Coolidge as Daisy. Maggie Marson as Rabbit. Benjamin Diskin as Anteater. Greg Ellis as Wallaby. Richard Kind as Groundhog. Nolan North as Parrot. Philip Proctor as Drunk Monkey. Diana Yanez as Chinchilla. Dr. Dolittle. Dr. Dolittle 2. Dr. Dolittle 3. Dr. Dolittle: Tail to the Chief. Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts.

Dr. Dolittle: Million Dollar Mutts

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Norm Macdonald as Lucky the Dog. Jaime Ray Newman as Emmy. Phil Proctor as Monkey/Snake. Greg Ellis as Dave the Dove. Fred Stoller as Fluffernufferman. Pauly Shore as Cat. Jeff Bennett as Princess/Rocco/Frog/Horse. Vicki Lewis as Chubster. Stephen Root as Turtle. Greg Proops as Puppy.

Super Deluxe

Various Super Deluxe programs have featured celebrities such as Billie Eilish, Maria Bamford, Richard Belzer, Norm MacDonald, Bob Odenkirk, Tim & Eric, Chelsea Peretti, Nick Swardson, Nathan Fielder, Oliver Tree and Toby Radloff. * * Tim and Eric Nite Live! (2007-2008). Y'All So Stupid (2007-2008). Cheap Thrills (2017-2018). Memesplaining (2018). Sex Stuff (2018). Thrift Haul with Fat Tony (2017-2018). On Blast (2018). Animefit9000 with Caleon Fox (2018). Free 4 Me (2018). Robot Takeover (2018). AnimeFit 9000 (2018). Caring (2016). Dark Day (2016). David (2016). Disengaged (2015-2016). Fridays (2016). Future You (2016). Kick Me (2018). Magic Funhouse (2016; moved to Fullscreen).

Norm Macdonald Has a Show

Norm Macdonald Has a Show is an American web television talk show hosted by Norm Macdonald that premiered on September 14, 2018, on Netflix. The series is executive produced by Macdonald, Lori Jo Hoekstra, K.P. Anderson, and Daniel Kellison. Macdonald and Hoekstra also act as showrunners for the series. On March 9, 2018, it was announced that Netflix had given the production a series order for a first season consisting of ten episodes. The show is hosted by Norm Macdonald and accompanied by sidekick Adam Eget. Macdonald serves as showrunner alongside Lori Jo Hoekstra. Macdonald also executive produces the show with Hoekstra, K.P. Anderson, and Daniel Kellison.

Vampire Dog

The vampire dog (Fang) is voiced by Norm Macdonald. In Transylvania a woman in her kitchen cooks a jelly pudding. When she leaves the kitchen, a dog suddenly appears from nowhere and eats the pudding. The woman witnesses the dog suddenly disappear. Back at home, the dog's owner questions who should look after the pet after his death. In Lugosi County, somewhere in North America, twelve-year-old Ace and his mother Susan arrive at their new home. Ace plays drums well, but suffers from stage fright. Susan gets work as an additional music teacher at the local high school which will be closing after the current year.

Funny People

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Dave Attell, Sarah Silverman, Norm Macdonald, Paul Reiser, Tom Anderson, Charles Fleischer, George Wallace, and Andy Dick made cameo appearances as themselves in the roles of George's fellow comedians. Rapper Eminem, comedian Ray Romano, musician James Taylor, MADtv member Nicole Parker, and newcomer Bo Burnham also appeared in small roles. Undeclared alum Carla Gallo had a cameo in the film as a character on Yo Teach!, the television show within the film that Mark stars in, while Justin Long and Apatow regular Ken Jeong have cameos in the film as characters in movies for which George is famous. Owen Wilson and Elizabeth Banks are featured on posters for fake movies in which George starred.

4th Canadian Screen Awards

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During the ceremony, host Norm Macdonald suggested the award be called the Candy in honour of late Canadian actor John Candy, comparable to the Academy Awards long being known as Oscars. The nickname has still not been officially adopted by the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television, although Academy chair Martin Katz personally endorsed it in a follow-up interview with the Toronto Star. Leading into the March 13 ceremony, comedian Steve Patterson hosted a special called The Great Canadian Screen Test, quizzing people in the streets of Toronto about the nominated films and who they thought should win the awards in various categories.

Grown Ups (film)

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Norm Macdonald as Geezer. Jonathan Loughran as Robideaux. Connor Panzner as Young Robideaux. Dennis Dugan as Basketball Referee. Alec Musser as waterpark stud.