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Page creatorprefix>Import Bot
Date of page creation21:27, 1 November 2013
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Date of latest edit20:30, 29 July 2021
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When the production team making a show can't afford a real band to act as a collective Celebrity Star or Special Guest, they just build one out of whatever actors Central Casting has handy, and pretend that they are the hot new thing in the world of the program. "Evidence" of their talent is either non-existent, or provided by anonymous studio musicians to whose performance the actors lipsync. (Rarely does the Fake Band actually have real musicians in it, save for the truly postmodern moments when a real band is masquerading as a Fake Band—which has been known to happen.). The otherwise anonymous studio musicians will never be used as the band either, not merely because they can't act (though this is a factor) but because getting around the union regulations to allow them to act is a nightmare nobody wants to deal with.
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