If you like watching live broadcast train-wrecks then, wow, do we have a treat for you. Correspondingly, if you thought Jamie Kennedy's career had hit an all-time low with "Son of the Mask," you were wrong. Los Angeles television station KDOC experimented with a live "First Night" New Year's Eve broadcast Monday night that suffered from production snafus, rampant expletives and lewd content, among other things.
The Hollywood-based show featured an all-star cast from 1999, with a Shannon Elizabeth appearance (onscreen for literally one second) and performances by Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and a very wobbly Macy Gray. Actually, Kennedy might have been the least of KDOC's many problems, although his proposed corollary to the adage, "Once you go black, you never go back," might draw the network some eyes from the Federal Communications Commission. The broadcast mercifully ends the only way it could: With a fight followed by complete silence over the closing credits.
This video will be the best six minutes of your day. And needless to say: LANGUAGE NOT SAFE FOR WORK/CHILDREN/PRUDES.