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A parody of news entertainment shows.

Latest episodes

aired 24 days ago
Derrick gets an inside scoop from an adult film director; top romantic moments; Pat chastises a network for canceling his favorite show.
aired 25 days ago
When Derrick is seen destroying mysterious video tapes, he gets advice from Heidi Fleiss; Mark McGrath's send off.
VOD available
The crew celebrates the golden era of Hollywood by dressing as their Hollywood heroes; a photo from the set of "Acapulco Heat"; the darker side of Tinseltown.
VOD available
The Mark McGrath hologram is operational; Derrick recaps the results of the 8th annual Success Awards; a Corey Feldman duet.
VOD available
Derrick delves into topics of Hollywood sex and violence with Joey Greco and a "deep focus" group; top sexy moments.
VOD available
With Pat O'Brien on vacation, Mark McGrath fills in as Derrick's cohost; things go awry when Hollywood goes on strike; a disgruntled millitant holds the studio hostage.
aired 33 days ago
Presenting up-to-the-minute coverage of the musical war raging across North America.
aired 34 days ago
A health expert discusses his steroid-dealing arrest; an ailing comedian; Jennifer Day performs.
aired 38 days ago
With no news to report, the team dedicates the episode to fun; Anastasia makes Perry cry in front of a doctor.
aired 39 days ago
A classic episode from the vaults; teen reporters' possible execution; a fashion computer weighs in.
aired 40 days ago
A gender expert discusses what it means to be a man; a makeover goes awry; Hollywood is attacked by death.

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