A PARKING METER IS REPLACED WITH A FIRE HYDRANT,
ON ABC'S "JUST FOR LAUGHS"
"Episode 304" � On another amusing episode of ABC's "Just For Laughs," SUNDAY, JULY 12 (7:00-7:30 p.m., ET), a cyclist gets stuck in the back of a moving garbage truck, a man uses innocent bystanders to protect him from a group of kids with squirt guns, an hourglass on a restaurant table forces patrons to eat faster than they'd like to, and a working parking meter is replaced with a fire hydrant.
Rick Miller hosts.
"Just for Laughs" is active in many areas of entertainment production, including festivals, television, theatre and touring. Its inaugural Montreal Festival 27 years ago is now the world's largest and most prestigious comedy event, welcoming over two million people each summer. The company has expanded with festivals in Nantes (France), Toronto and now Chicago, with TBS presents a Very Funny Festival: Just for Laughs debuting June 2009. The company also successfully tours across the globe, bringing some of the Festivals' best talent to Canada, the U.S., Bermuda and Asia, and has personal management offices in Los Angeles, Paris, London and Montreal. "Just for Laughs" television shows are seen in over 140 countries and on over 100 airlines around the world, and have been seen on ABC, Fox, MTV, Showtime, HBO, BBC America, CBC, The Comedy Network, BBC1, TF1 and RTL.
"Just for Laughs" is broadcast with Spanish subtitles via secondary closed captioning. This program carries a TV-PG parental guideline.