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February 22, 2005

Yet Another One

Pauly Shore, the critically reviled comedian whose wacky stoner persona brought him a degree of fame in the 1990s, may be getting the last laugh.

TBS has ordered 10 half-hour episodes of a reality show that follows the star of "Encino Man" and other dubious classics as he attempts to revive the Comedy Store, a Los Angeles club founded by his mother, as well as his own career.

Production already is under way on the project, which is tentatively titled "Minding the Store." No airdate has been scheduled.

In "Store," club owner Mitzi Shore allows her 37-year-old son to take control of the Comedy Store. As Shore gets to grips with running a family business his mother can't quite let go of, he also must deal with her disapproval of his dating habits -- long a subject of tabloid fodder. All the while, Shore tries to regain his footing as an actor -- even prodding his agent to get him dramatic roles.

--He never has been funny, nor ever will be funny.


Posted by Lawren at February 22, 2005 06:40 AM

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I respectfully disagree. Son-in-law is one of my all time favorite comedies. Other than that most of his stuff was crap.

Says: M@ at February 22, 2005 07:50 AM

As soon as I read that last line, I thought to myself, "He was funny in Son-in-Law!" Ha. Perhaps it's the Tiffani Amber-Thiessen factor that draws me to that movie . . . I don't know. Love the scene where he asks the old man if he's Bartles or James, and if can whittle wood with him . . . buuuuuuuuuudy.

Says: Iceman at February 22, 2005 09:41 AM

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