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There are weird things that go on behind the scenes, and you meet a lot of interesting people. The guys in the band and I have always had a good laugh about the way the business works, and it occurred to me that other people might get a laugh out of it too. But the truth is the workplace is never as amusing as we imagine. And after watching the first four episodes, I miss Dr. Johnny Fever more than ever.
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The Chris Isaak Show
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‘The Chris Isaak Show’
Chris Isaak, the singer and occasional actor, once said he was interested in doing more acting so long as it didn't interfere with his music. He has found a solution, starring in a promising new comedy series about his life. On Showtime's blithely witty ''Chris Isaak Show,'' he performs with Silvertone, his unconventional rockabilly band. When he needs advice on his sex life, on tonight's premiere episode, he calls his mother, a psychologist, played by his actual mother. But happily this isn't yet another reality show.
The Chris Isaak Show is a television sitcom which follows a fictionalized version of the life of American rock musician Chris Isaak. The show portrays Isaak and his band members as everyday people with everyday problems. The series featured Isaak and several members of his band, Silvertone, portraying themselves. Other roles were portrayed by actors, including Jed Rees as Isaak's keyboardist.
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