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Although the "adult" version is most closely associated with Showtime, it did go out on a few independent TV stations during the 1980s, playing as late-night fare, although the "clean" version is the one that was more commonly found in syndication.Current Canadian broadcast content regulations, which are more lenient than those of the 1980s, might permit broadcast of the uncensored Showtime versions, but they have not been offered for broadcast syndication.The syndicated episodes have been rebroadcast since. In 1979, ABC was looking into re-entering the late night television field amid reports of Johnny Carson potentially leaving NBC's The Tonight Show due to a contract dispute.ABC made overtures to Carson and to Richard Dawson, then working for ABC as the host of their daytime game show Family Feud and also serving as Carson's regular guest host.John Byner Bob Einstein Philip Akin George Allen Harvey Atkin Billy Barty Cynthia Belliveau Tanya Boyd Dave Broadfoot George Buza Lally Cadeau Christine Cattell George Cowan Jennifer Dale Richard Dawson Laura Dickson Jack Duffy Jayne Eastwood John Evans Astrid Falconi S. Fellowes Barry Flatman Redd Foxx David Fraser Candace Frazee Brian George Luba Goy Nonnie Griffin Lori Hallier Barbara Hamilton Tom Harvey John Hemphill Laura Henry Ken James Keith Knight Mimi Kuzyk Don Lake Kathleen Laskey Carrie Leigh Cec Linder Ziggy Lorenc Kate Lynch Jack Newman Pat Marsden Viki Matthews Annie Mc Auley Debra Mc Grath Julie Mc Leod Sherry Miller Pat Morita Mike Myers Kathy Nagy Mark Parr Suzie Pellman Earl Pennington Donnelly Rhodes Dar Robinson Laura Robinson Wayne Robson Mary Beth Rubens Saul Rubinek Elijah Siegler Sharolyn Sparrow Beau Starr Melissa Steinberg Eric Taslitz Dave Thomas Theresa Tova Billy Van Mike Walden Irene Walters Roberta Weiss Steve Weston Michael Wincott Bizarre is a Canadian sketch comedy television series that aired from 1980 to 1986.The show was hosted by John Byner, and produced by CTV at the CFTO Glen-Warren Studios in suburban Toronto for first-run airing in Canada on CTV and in the United States on the Showtime premium cable network.The "adult" version was also shown regionally on ITV in the United Kingdom, usually airing after 11 PM and with some of the more extreme language bleeped out conventionally.
DVDs of the unedited version, titled The Best of Bizarre Uncensored, were released in late 2005 from Canadian video label Visual Entertainment and are available to buy from Canadian and US retailers.
Ultimately, neither Dawson nor ABC decided to continue with the project (ABC instead went with Fridays and Nightline).
Production moved to Canada (allowing the show to qualify for Canadian content credits, despite maintaining a mostly American cast) and impressionist John Byner was installed as host.
Besides Einstein, this group included Philip Akin, Harvey Atkin, Billy Barty, Cynthia Belliveau, Jack Duffy, Jayne Eastwood, Barbara Hamilton, John Hemphill, Barry Flatman, Keith Knight, Don Lake, Kathleen Laskey, Kate Lynch, Pat Morita, Debra Mc Grath, Mike Myers, Earl Pennington, Melissa Steinberg, Billy Van, Steve Weston, and Wayne and Shuster alumnus Tom Harvey.
Bizarre had guest star performers during its run including Steve Allen, Frances Bay, Redd Foxx, Luba Goy (who was concurrently with the Royal Canadian Air Farce, at that time primarily a radio troupe), Victoria Jackson, Murray Langston (as The Unknown Comic), Howie Mandel, Second City alumnus Dave Thomas, Willie Tyler & Lester, Marc Weiner, Henny Youngman and others.
One notable Super Dave sketch was a stunt where he attempted to avoid being harmed while standing under a pile driver, by repeating the nonsense phrase "balloon ball".