Mr. Show with Bob and David: Season 4, Episode 8

Like Chickens... Delicious Chickens (14 Dec. 1998)

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Bob Odenkirk and David Cross lead an ensemble cast that performs an anything-goes montage of offbeat, off-kilter sketches brimming with edge and energy.

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16 April 2006 | by (Southwest Asia) – See all my reviews

Another triumph from Mr. Show with Bob and David. This episode features some of the best of the series' parodies.

Political ads are nasty and somewhat amusing. Any sketch show could make a funny scene of two candidates at one another's throats. Mr. Show takes it a step further -- they're not actually running for office.

The well-bugged drug deal is disliked by its writers and stars, but I thought it was great in all its silliness. I even liked Bob as the "plane crash survivor," in a sketch which divides the cast over what level of silliness should not be crossed.

This episode stands out as another highlight of a stellar season.


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