6.13.2011

Vintage Video! Public Access Show Bombarded!

Haha. This is classic. A New York public access show from the 90s(November 25, 1990 to be exact!)has a host who is questioning New Yorkers about guns and gun control in the city when he is attacked by prank callers. This is entertainment at its finest! I laugh every time I watch this....and I can never get tired of it. Maybe some of y'all have already seen this, but I don't see why you couldn't watch this piece of humor once again. And this will serve as a reminder that we're also doing as prank call episodes, which you can view over on the right >> in the video collection. We are always welcome to participants who want to help out and be part of a show, we take care of everything else. Be sure to let me know in the comments below. But nonetheless....here's the video of that hilarious public access TV show!

23 comments:

  1. Lawl this is hilarious. Thanks for the share.

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  2. Hahaha, really funny stuff man, hey when we gonna do more prank calls? :)

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  3. This is such a classic! I'm amazed at how he stays so cool throughout all those prank calls.

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  4. I laughed, thanks for posting ;P

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  5. Minecraft129: Don't give me that, you're the one that's never available :@ B-)

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  6. This is a classic video. I remember watching this and laughing my ass off when i was younger.

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  7. haha that is priceless nice find =)

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  8. I didn't know this video, brilliant,
    I just wonder what is the mind of new-yorker on this question

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  9. Prank calls can so easily be gold or awful haha

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  10. That guy must have hated doing that...

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  11. I laughed. That was awesome.

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  12. funny blogs are the best! well done

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  13. Awesome post! :) following and supporting!

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  14. Thanks for the support guys!

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  15. Not my type of humor. The dude really took it well though.

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