As funny as it was, it had that corny element working for it, too, strangely enough.
But, according to Carlton Jordan, via Hip Hollywood, Nick’s bringing it back for the select few who actually sat through the bad jokes and awkward moments.
Two teams of celebrities and guests would go at each other in comedic improv games that had audiences in stitches.
The show actually went on for four seasons and gave many comedians their big break.
With the start of a whole new season, Cannon promised some great things, including some of the original guests like Katt Williams, Kevin Hart and Charlie Murphy.
At this point, it’s unclear where the show will be housed and when it will return.
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