The All-American Show

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After the conflict in the country in September, 2001, WCJM decided to heighten its American Pride. The entire cast, minus Jeff, gathered in the studio and picked out their favorite songs that deal with America. From Simon and Garfunkle to Justin Hayward, this show will definitely get you in an American mood!

This show is where Jim finally tried to show up everyone else. He wrote ten pages of material for both the Food Critic and his new segment, The World Report. The cast was a little tense after arguments about paying attention to the skits, but got out of that mood very quickly when they heard the various comedy segments.

Without a doubt, the funniest Stuffy D. Bear segment ever was heard on this show. Stuffy showed his American pride by singing his own rendition of “God Bless America”. He also expressed his utter longing for his brother Stuffo by singing his own song, “Stuffo Come Home.”

The cast even sang the National Anthem at the beginning of the show, making the absolute worst rendition of the song since Roseanne! And it might be worse than that! So, if you’re not a fan of Dave’s singing, skip past the first two minutes, but stay tuned for the rest of the All-American Show!