Instead, he launched the 5-days-a-week Max Ferguson Show beginning in 1962, featuring ethnic music and topical skits based on the news of the day.
The show also featured skits with audience member participation.
Each of the two part series featured a special set, no live band, and fewer skits.
The show also featured frequent skits with politicians, who were portrayed as various extreme caricatures of their most infamous personality quirks.
The show was a live action variety show featuring skits and musical numbers.
The show also features comedic skits by student actors between many dance numbers.
The album, reminiscent of the band's first album, features various skits in between songs.
The album features naturalistic, vérité-like skits that dramatize the characters' limitations.
The album featured dialogue and music from the film, as well as new skits made specifically for the album that centered around the movie.
In addition to showing classic Warner Bros. cartoons, the program featured original skits and recurring characters.