If you missed the premier of Paul F. Tompkins' "Laboring Under Delusions" on Saturday, here's a quick clip to help you work through the regret.
Certainly, hosting a cable television show would be a great problem for most comedians have, but don't let the illusion of glamour fool you. Not all shows are created equal. Some have sets, production teams, grips and even dollies. Others have construction paper, loud neighbors and thin walls.
In this quick story from the one-hour special that aired on Saturday, Tompkins explains the why the production of "Best Week Ever" left a little bit to be desired.
After you watch the clip, check out our exclusive interview with PFT.
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