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Sunday Night Comic


Joanna Paine

Paul Malevitz, the lead cameraman, warns the hosts when the show is over. He is a member
of the technical crew and also provides jokes for the script.

John Liu is a member of the tec
one of the three cameras used to

David Katz

Photostory by Joanna Paine and Da

And now, please welcome Ritter All Night...
They may not be Conan O'Brian and Andy Richter yet,
but who knows what the future holds for this dynamic
duo. Jeff Ritter and his comical sidekick Mike Groebe host
a late-night talk show on WOLV-TV (campus cable channel
70), which airs Sunday nights at 10:30 p.m. The room-
mates began the show in February of 1998. The season
finale will air April 9th, marking the 2oth.episode over the
3-year history of the show.
Consisting of satirical updates on student life, inter-
views with guests and responses to viewer mail from their
mailbag, the show has included appearances from campus
celebrities such as football standout Marcus Knight, MSA
president Bram Elias and hockey star Mark Kosick. Jeff
and Mike have a live audience of eight to twelve people
and occasionally showcase a live band. They both work
throughout the week to brainstorm ideas for their script.
Through the help of their technical crew, the show comes
off without a hitch. And in Jeff's words,
..."Stay tuned for more of this."


D~avid Katz
Nate Morse and Jeff Ritter work on the show's script ten minutes before shooting the show. Nate provides any,
needed satire for the script and is also a member of the technical crew.

Jeff interviews Khara Hough about her experiences as an I

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