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    It was overshadowed by Saturday Night Live.
    It frequently aired well after midnight.
    The cast complained when the show temporarily relocated to Edmonton, Alberta (1980).
    It was never clear what province or state Melonville was part of.
    Its two most popular characters, Bob and Doug MacKenzie, were stereotypical Canadian hicks.
    It used a laugh track.
    It was unavailable on tape or DVD for years as it had used several songs without permission.
    The cast also did most of the writing.
    Many thought it superior to Saturday Night Live.
    It rejected demands by NBC to make its content more 'family friendly.'
    It satirized both tacky local programming and Hollywood glitz.
    Many recurring characters, such as Ed Grimley and Edith Prickley, became household names.
    It made John Candy, Rick Moranis and Martin Short major stars.
    The setting of The Simpsons, the town of Springfield, is partially based on Melonville.

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