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"Breakfast Time" was a morning show based on a popular British morning show called "The Big Breakfast." It was an irreverent, somewhat different alternative to the boring talk shows such as Today or CBS This Boring -- err, Morning. The hosts, Tom Bergeron and Laurie Hibberd, were a bit more fun than the others, as well as the addition of Al Rosenberg as Bob the Puppet, who we assume would be what a Muppet would look like after getting beaten up a few times. The other major addition came from Jim Kocot as "Jim the Announcer," the heard-but-never-seen, well, Announcer to the series, who made it tasteful to talk about the "spiky little balls" and the wars between Henri and Luigi. The show also had several "road warriors," roving reporters who went all across the country to different locations to find things that the viewers would find interesting. Road warriors included, but weren't limited to Gwen McGee, Phil Keoghan, Patricia Moreno, Jillian Hamilton, John Davis, Suzanne Whang, and the late Spencer Garbett.

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Station: FX (US)
Rating: 0/10 from 0 users
Status: Canceled/Ended
End: May/31/1996

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