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ANYONE REMEMBER THE OLD SHOW FISHMASTERS "WHOOOEEE"

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It was a show on channel 41 in the early nineties. It was funny. Does anyone rember there shows, if do please post.

I figure unless your down on the Mississippi, you have nothing else to chat about. I have put there URL below, click on it and see if you remember them or if you do it is a neat site to look at. Thanks and whoooeeee.

SHACKBASH

Fishmasters web site. WHOOOOOEEEE

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I used to watch them when I was growing up. I remember it being pretty funny stuff, but then again, that was 15 years ago! I've looked a few times to find an episode or 2, so I could show my friends what I was talking about. I think a few of my friends turned a school project into their own version of Fishmasters.

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If it is not bad enough, I had recorded a couple of there episodes.

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Never saw those fellas but it does remind me of ol' Gil Fisher on the Fishin' Musician (SCTV). Couldn't stand the taste of fish.

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I rember Second City and those guys very well. I would say that skit was more funny than Fishmasters.

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SOME FRIENDS AND MYSELF USED TO DRINK TO THIS SHOW AFTER WORK IN HIGH SCHOOL ALWAYS. WE STILL SPOUT SOME OF THE GOOD LINES FROM THAT SHOW:

BBUUUUUDDDDYYYYYYYYYY??????

CAN I HAVE A HO-HO? NO. PLEASE? NO. PLEASE? NO. PLEASE? NO. ETC FOR ABOUT 10 MINUTES

SOME PRETTY (Contact Us Please) COMEDY, BUT STILL FUNNY AS CRAP.

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I remember that show. We still talk about it from time to time. Some of them were pretty funny.

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I went too the website

brought back lots of memories

thanx Shack

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