Talking Comedy - Netflix

A look back through the BBC archive at the appearances of popular comedians on a selection of well-loved talk shows, showcasing the magic that happens when conversation and classic comedy collide.

Talking Comedy - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 30 minutes

Premier: 2015-04-03

Talking Comedy - Look Who's Talking Too - Netflix

Look Who's Talking Too is a 1990 American romantic comedy film and a sequel to director Amy Heckerling's 1989 comedy Look Who's Talking. The film stars the original cast members John Travolta and Kirstie Alley as James and Mollie Ubriacco, the parents of Mikey (voiced by Bruce Willis), a toddler coping with the newest addition to the family, baby Julie (voiced by Roseanne Barr). In addition to this, he is having trouble using a potty, and the unorthodox advice he gets from his playmate, Eddie (voiced by Damon Wayans), doesn't make his problem any better.

Talking Comedy - Alternative versions - Netflix

On Fox Family, instead of James saying, “Don't make me look like an asshole,” he said, “Don't make me look like a jackass.” When the film airs on ABC Family, many of its deleted scenes (such as Mollie threatening Mikey with a spanking if he takes Julie away again) are shown. One notable addition is a running gag where Mollie chats with her friends and folks and it ignites a daydream of James cheating on her. There is even one sequence where she imagines him as John Lennon and parodying his activism. In one version, James and Stuart have a conversation after he arrives in the apartment.

Talking Comedy - References - Netflix