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Crank Yankers 

A show with real 'crank' phone calls to real victims. Puppets are added as the 'actors' to give visual support to what is happening in the phone calls.
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Special Ed calls up one of the few remaining Blockbusters, Wanda Sykes calls up a Wallmart, and even more. Guest Starring Kodak Black.


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Artie Esposito ...
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BJ Guyer ...
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Paul McGinnis ...
 Puppeteer (68 episodes, 2002-2007)
Victor Yerrid ...
 Puppeteer (62 episodes, 2002-2005)
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A show with real 'crank' phone calls to real victims. Puppets are added as the 'actors' to give visual support to what is happening in the phone calls.

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Screw the innocent. See more »

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The puppet Jimmy is based on Jimmy Kimmel, and the puppets Kevin and Katie are based on his kids 'Kevin Kimmel' and Katie Kimmel. Jimmy, Kevin and Katie voice themselves. See more »

Quotes

Spoonie Luv: Strip club, strip club, for where are thy? Strip club, strip club, shot jizz in my eye.
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Featured in Tenacious D: The Complete Masterworks (2003) See more »

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How could you hate this show?
7 October 2002 | by (Yankerville) – See all my reviews

This show is so amazingly funny. It's done by the Man Show people, but even people who hate the Man Show love this show.Even my grandparents like it. The calls are really funny and the celebrities who do the voices(Adam Corolla, Jimmy Kimmel, Denis Leary, Dave Attel, Sarah Silverman, Wanda Sykes, Tracy Morgan, Kevin Nealon, etc.) fit perfectly. There's a really great CD of some of the calls.

Moral: Watch The Show!!!!


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