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Has Comedy Central ever cancelled a show in the middle of the first airing?

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If not, they should right now.

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Sports Show with Norm MacDonald. I think he has moments, but its like pulling teeth.

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since this show is that bad, can I derail this thread and ask everyone that I thought Traffic Light was canceled?

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eh, Norm hasn't been relevant since Billy Madison.

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Dammmnnnn is it that bad?

Norm is a legend, but his time has come and gone.

I can't imagine his show being worse than the "Onion sportsdome"....

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last time I saw Norm MacDonald was went he bombed on some Roast... who was so irrelevant I can't remember who was being roasted.

Dammmnnnn is it that bad?

Norm is a legend, but his time has come and go.

I can't imagine his show being worse than the "Onion sportsdome"....

some romantic comedy needs you............

to help them over-sensationalize their main character.

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