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Best of Chicago Improv: Public Access

  • 80 mins
  • 70%
  • 12+
  • United States of America FlagUSUnited States of America
  • 2006
  • Cult

While watching Chicago improv comedy, and seeing these quick-witted golden moments evaporate to a tiny audience of only of 45 people - "We gotta get these guys on tape" became a mantra of Carla Cross, the writer, producer and director of "Best of Chicago Improv " Someone needed to get these actors and sketches on tape and showcase what the Midwest had to offer. The series of sketches, entitled PUBLIC ACCESS, revolves around a small public access television station in Busterville, WI, it"s station manager, Mr. Blessinger, and all the quirky shows that appear on the station. The station manager is an easy-going Everyman, the only sane person in a town of loonies. His wife, ChaCha, doesn"t speak English, and leaves him for a circus clown. Blessinger finds this out while interviewing a blind guy for the position of cameraman. Between scenes revolving around Blessinger and his love life, we see the various Public Access shows. BLONDES FORUM - a talk show dedicated to the unique problems