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'This Is The Week That Is' never seems to be at a loss for headline events or politicians that are worth lampooning.
| December 7, 2011 |
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“You have a variety show in the first act, followed by a news broadcast in the second act that changes on a nightly basis,” explained Don Montrey, who teamed with Childs to pen the original script and who anchors the farcical news program in Act II.
The weeks just get more crazy →