By Drew Olson Special to Published Oct 05, 2007 at 9:13 PM

Frank Caliendo's new sketch comedy show "Frank TV" premieres Nov. 20 on TBS.

If you're hearing this for the first time, you obviously aren't watching the baseball playoffs.

Caliendo, a Waukesha native and UWM grad known for his impressions, has been receiving virtually non-stop promotional support from the network, which is televising the playoffs for the first time.

In the spots, which appear during just about every commercial break, Caliendo showcases his "characters" like John Madden, Dr. Phil, Al Pacino, George W. Bush, Robert De Niro and a hilarious spoof of Jack Nicholson ("Cheerleaders"), who probably inspires more bad impressions than anybody on the planet.

If you DVR the games and zip through the commercials, you still won't be able to miss the promos for Caliendo's show. They appear in computer-generated fashion on the rotating billboards behind home plate.

 Here is a look at Caliendo's appearance on "The Late Show" with David Letterman: 



Drew Olson Special to

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