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Actors would contribute their dialogue as they were inspired to do so.
The show was continued for two additional seasons with Comedy Central running a special of the show titled Reno 911! The fourth season began on July 9, 2006, and comprised 14 episodes.
Another main comedic aspect of the show is the outlandishly severe incompetence of the deputies—often resulting in their being outsmarted by the criminals they are attempting to control.
Only the basic plot elements of the show are scripted, while the dialogue is improvised—enhancing the illusion of reality (a practice referred to as retroscripting). Sheriff's deputies are constantly cursing, causing much of their dialogue to be censored for broadcast. A constantly changing cast of weirdos, prostitutes, homeless people, survivalists, political figures, celebrities, etc.
is an American comedy television series that initially ran on Comedy Central from 2003 to 2009.
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However, at the time, Comedy Central, who still held sole rights to the show, had not been involved in any negotiations.
As well, Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant were attached to other projects.
Season Five, though the season actually contained 16 episodes. On March 27, 2007, Superstation WGN acquired the first four seasons of the half-hour comedy for a two-year run. Carmen Electra was a guest star on an episode filmed December 5, 2008 at Grant High School in Los Angeles.
Production of Season Five started in January and wrapped up in April. Season Six premiered on April 1, 2009, on Comedy Central. Cast members Carlos Alazraqui, Wendi Mc Lendon-Covey, and Mary Birdsong did not return for the final season and their characters' absence was explained as fatalities from an explosion in the Season Five finale.