A sketch comedy show that follows the absurd adventures of Michael, Michael and David.
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A sketch comedy show that follows the absurd adventures of Michael, Michael and David.

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Dumb comedy dressed up in a suit.

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Стелла  »

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The name "Stella" comes from when the trio first performed at a nightclub, the nightclub's owner, who was six months pregnant told them she was going to name her baby "Stella". The trio then named their act "Stella" as a sign of respect. See more »

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David: I know I can hunt but can Mike hunt and Mike hunt?
Mountain Man: Of course.
David: No, no, but you say it.
Mountain Man: ...Mike hunt.
[Michael, Michael and David giggle]
Mountain Man: What are you guys laughing at? All I said is "Mike hunt." What's so funny about "Mike hunt?"
[more giggles]
Mountain Man: All right, enough!
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Spin-off Michael & Michael Have Issues (2009) See more »

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Brilliant
30 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

If you are into ridiculously funny comedy then this is the show for you. Some people won't understand it because they are not smart enough for it but it is brilliant non-the-less. If you have seen any of the Stella sketches or Stella's stand-up then you will like this. Watch this show, you won't regret it. The three Jewish members of The State had an instant connection and after The State was through formed this hilarious trio. Michael, Michael, and David could not be any funnier. Watch this show people, it is the most amazing thing ever. If you don't watch it you will regret it for the rest of your life and you will be like "remember that time I didn't watch Stella, that was dumb of me."


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