Adam Scott’s Greatest ‘Greatest Event in Television History’?

Adam Scott’s recurring web project “The Greatest Event in Television History” has reached a new level with its latest: a reenactment of  “Bosom Buddies” with Paul Rudd and several noteworthy cameos (we don’t want to spoil the them, but fans of the original series can probably guess).

This is the fourth in the series and Variety staffers believe it might be the best. Do you agree? Watch the new video above and past videos below and then vote in our poll.

“Simon & Simon” with Jon Hamm

“Hart to Hart” with Amy Poehler

“Too Close for Comfort” with Catherine O’Hara, Kathryn Hahn, Jon Glaser and Chelsea Peretti

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  1. Jacques Strappe says:

    Some talented comedians for sure but like so much contemporary comedy (including Parks & Rec and Community to name two) and most SNL sketches, this just doesn’t know when to end once this humor quickly devolves from silly and mildly amusing to repetitive and paralyzingly unfunny tedium . At least most SNL sketches are over within 5 minutes or so whether they hit the mark or not. Now we are regularly bombarded with 30 minute sitcoms and 2 hour movies starring SNL alumni performing what should have been 5 minute sketches now expanded to fit their lengthened run times. .

    • laurie post says:

      What do 30 minute and 2 hour projects starring SNL alumni have to do with a hilarious 7 minute video led by someone who has never been part of the SNL cast?

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