Rock Of Ages

VH1, Mondays 10 p.m.

A show that intercuts between old people and kids as they analyze music videos shouldn't be this funny. But for some reason, just watching the faces of Catskill comedians, say, as they check out Marilyn Manson is entertainment aplenty. Cheery co-host Henry Alford elicits lines from small children that Bill Cosby sweats whirlpools trying to score. Debuting after the show on March 8 is a similar new one, Rock Candy. Though the ideas are great here (interview Quiet Riot at a concert for nudists), the execution isn't nearly as sharp as it is on Rock of Ages. Still, rock comedy hasn't...

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