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Bob was a reporter for NBC's iVillage Live from 2006 to 2007, often performing segments inside the park of Universal Orlando Islands of Adventure. Bob has also been a writer for Dennis Miller's program on CNBC, Comedy Central Presents, and the little-known 2001 film Sharkman.
In 2011, Oschack was involved in a Fox Sports segment that used various racial caricatures in comparing college conferences. The segment, "The College Experiment," was canceled following the criticism.
According to Chris Hardwick Oshack also works as the warm-up comedian for the late-night game/comedy show @Midnight. @Midnight. Season 2. Episode 188. April 28, 2015. Comedy Central.
- Sharkman at the Internet Movie Database
- Deadspin: "Fox Sports Does Humiliating Whiteface Routine". September 2, 2011.
- Fox Sports cancels show that mocked Asians at USC. September 8, 2011.
- Bob Oschack at the Internet Movie Database
- The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Season 11. Episode 16. September 22, 2014. CBS.
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