Jim Varney was a comedy sensation, thanks to his beloved character Ernest P. Worrell, who starred in TV commercials, hit movies and - for one short season - HEY VERN, IT'S ERNEST! It's a sketch comedy series for children that aired after GARFIELD AND FRIENDS, and won two Emmy Awards, including one for Varney himself.
It's remembered fondly by fans of Ernest P. Worrell, so is it possible that HEY VERN, IT'S ERNEST was... CANCELED TOO SOON? Film critics William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold look back at the history of Ernest, what made the character so popular, and what works about his award-winning television series (and what definitely doesn't), before trying to come up with their very own episode of the show!
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