What's Wrong With Us was a Georgeland comedy televison program with a panel discussion format. It ran on Channel 6 in Georgeland from 1985 until 1994. For much of that time it was one of the country's most-watched programs, and won a number of awards for its incisive, witty and cutting-edge analysis of current events.
Format and Premise
The show took the form of a discussion forum, with the host seated in the middle of a desk (from 1991 onwards the desk was replaced by a couch and living chairs), flanked by two panellists on either side. The host would move the panel from topic to topic, interspersing the discussion with sketches, short video clips and, from 1990, live musical performances. The show was broadcast live eleven times, but most of the time was pre-recorded in front of an audience. For the entirety of its 9-year run, What's Wrong With Us was recorded in the same studio in Santa Christina, except for one series of programs in 1990, which took the show around the country and recorded it from each capital city and from Doubledance and Lylecity.
Panellists alternated week-to-week, and there was no 'permanent' member of the panel other than the host. Many guests returned several times. Below is a list of some of the panellists who made regular or semi-regular appearances.