LOVEBIRD POLICE OFFICERS STOP TRAFFIC, ON ABC'S "JUST FOR LAUGHS"
"Episode 205" � On "Just for Laughs," TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET), lovebird police officers make a roadside traffic stop anything but routine, a giant beaver costume is a little too lifelike, a postman delivers a donkey to unsuspecting residents, and a license plate quick-change leaves drivers confused. Rick Miller hosts.
Editors note: This program was originally scheduled for Feb. 5.
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