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Okay there are certain sketches I think are funny like the gangster loving old woman, the balls jeans, vagina monologues, taxi cab conversation, and the airport search sketch. But some of them just aren't funny.. like the Jesse Owens, psycho white chick w/ black guy tied up, and the professor slap the s*^t out of you sketches. sometimes you catch the actors laughing at their own jokes and not being able to ad lib which i think can really make the scene funny. I think the worse sketch is definitely the Jackie Chan Chris tucker skit. so corny and could've be really funny. Maybe Damon needs to ask a few family members to give their input and help with the writing aspect of the show.
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