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D.C. Follies: The Complete Series

Released: November 14, 2017 • Available in US & Canada
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Synopsis

A kooky cocktail of 1980s politics and pop culture!

Stop us if you've heard this one before: two puppets walk into a bar in Washington, D.C. ... what's that? You have heard this one before? Then have we got a show for you: D.C. Follies! Brought to you by those masters of trippy TV, Sid & Marty Krofft (H.R. Pufnstuf, Land of the Lost), D.C. Follies stars the one and only Fred Willard (Best in Show, Fernwood 2 Night) as the bartender in the hottest joint our nation's capital has ever seen … and where the clientele is made up of puppet caricatures of the biggest names in show biz and affairs of state! From the world stage to the puppet stage, Fred and his most-irregular regulars sock it to the culture of the day with a satiric style that really makes its presence felt. With an array of timely, non-puppet guest stars along for the ride, D.C. Follies is a handy way to look back and laugh at the 1980s, no strings attached.

Includes All 44 Episodes!

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Episodes

Episode Episode Title
D.C. Follies: The Contras Help Out On Ollie North's Telethon
D.C. Follies: Political Love Connection Profiles Arafat And Joan Rivers' Dream Date
D.C. Follies: Dolly Parton Gives Makeup Tips To Barbara Bush
D.C. Follies: Nixon Has Romantic Fantasies About Bo Derek
D.C. Follies: National Rambo Association Allows Criminally Insane To Possess Guns
D.C. Follies: Nixon Contemplates A Parallel Universe Without Watergate
D.C. Follies: Joan Rivers Debates Gorbi And Thatcher
D.C. Follies: Nixon's Presidential Library Is A Bookmobile
D.C. Follies: Sean Penn Escapes From Jail And Heads To D.C. Follies
D.C. Follies: Nixon Hawks The Watergate Tapes For $29.99
D.C. Follies: Margaret Thatcher Confers With Madonna To Find A New Image
D.C. Follies: Reagan Parachutes Into D.C. Follies
D.C. Follies: George H.W. Bush Engages Don King As His Manager
D.C. Follies: Super Bowl At The Follies
D.C. Follies: Nixon Dreams Of Being A Movie Star With Heather Thomas
D.C. Follies: Reagan Tries To Wipe Out National Debt With TV Home Shopping Show
D.C. Follies: For Nixon's Birthday, An Opera Based On His Life
D.C. Follies: Astrologer Joyce Jillson Predicts The Future
D.C. Follies: Reagan Accidentally Gives Fred A Nuke For Christmas
D.C. Follies: George H.W. Bush Falls Into A Well
D.C. Follies: Nixon Impeached From Cub Scouts
D.C. Follies: Nixon Acts As Princess Di's Divorce Lawyer
D.C. Follies: George H.W. Bush Schemes To Get Ronald Reagan Out Of The White House
D.C. Follies: Nixon Gives Fred Financial Advice … And He Loses His Shirt
D.C. Follies: Tammy Faye Bakker Debuts Her Latest Song
D.C. Follies: Jesse Jackson Sings With Dolly, Barbra, And Cher
D.C. Follies: Ollie North Raises Money With "Adopt-A-Contra" Scheme
D.C. Follies: The Pope Walks On Water At The Boston Harbor
D.C. Follies: Nixon Schemes To Make Money By Becoming A Surrogate Mother
D.C. Follies: Castro And Arafat's New Show, "Terrorists At The Movies," Gives Bambi Two Guns Down
D.C. Follies: Reagan Gets An Acting Job On "Eightysomething"
D.C. Follies: Fred Plays Chess With Yasser Arafat
D.C. Follies: Reagan Auditions For A Part On "Dynasty"
D.C. Follies: Nixon Impersonates Dangerfield, Dolly Parton And Bette Midler
D.C. Follies: Nixon Impersonates Elvis In A Moneymaking Scheme
D.C. Follies: Freddy Krueger's Nightmare: Dan Quayle Elected President
D.C. Follies: George Burns Sends Swaggart To D.C. Follies To Repent His Sins
D.C. Follies: Mike Tyson Gives Words Of Wisdom To Reagan And Gorbachev For World Peace
D.C. Follies: Ollie North And Nixon Plan To Take Over The Western Hemisphere
D.C. Follies: Carter, Nixon, And Ford Perform Ex-President Do-Wop Blues
D.C. Follies: Presidential Candidates Selected For Jury Duty
D.C. Follies: Lee Iacocca Becomes Lee Ayatollah And Opens A Chrysler Plant In Iran
D.C. Follies: Recording Industry Behind Nixon's Resignation Left Clues In Song Lyrics
D.C. Follies: Ford Begs Nixon To Read A Story From His Bedtime Tales
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