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This half-hour hybrid comedy/talk show hosted by Fred Savage is dedicated to exploring the fandom surrounding fictional sci-fi thriller "The Flare." The TV show is based on fictional author TJ Whitford's sci-fi book series "The Moon Is the Sun at Night," which has been a favorite of Savage's since childhood. The book revolves around a solar event and its effects on Earth, which slowly unfolds into a post-apocalyptic battle for human survival. The aftershow features multiple segments, including authentic sit-down celebrity interviews, set visits to "The Flare," interviews with the "cast," discussions with fans and more.

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After "The Flare" is canceled, Fred is heartbroken but must now do his job discussing the new hit teen drama "Havenbrook"; comic Ron Funches and former professional wrestler Paige stop by.
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When Fred gets stuck in an elevator and is unable to host the show, Taylor must face her biggest fear: hosting the show alone; Ike Barinholz, Jillian Bell and Taran Killam stop by.
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Fred struggles to discuss the mysterious cliffhanger from "The Flare" and speak with his guests because of a new noisy neighbor on the stage next door; Eric Stonestreet and Randall Park stop by.
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Fred Savage's wife decides to call into the show to get his attention; actors Yvette Nicole Brown and Rob Corddry stop by the show.
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When Fred's new studio neighbor gets so loud that it disrupts his show, Fred brings in a network executive to resolve the dispute; Tiffany Haddish stops by the show.
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A crazy car chase on the news stops "The Flare" from airing, and Fred doesn't have anything to discuss until a call from a fan changes everything; Joel McHale stops by the show.
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Savage interviews Ken Jeong ("The Masked Singer"), and actor Fred Willard.
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Savage interviews producer Kevin Smith and "Breaking Bad" creator Vince Gilligan.
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Savage interviews the star of "The Flare," Kevin Zegers, and tensions run high.

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