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I saw this show tonight on SiTV and it has to be the worst sketch comedy I've ever seen. The premise for the sketches were bad, the acting was horrible, and the whole thing reminded me of going to see cheap amateur sketch comedy.
It started with a sketch called "Comida and a Movie" and continued to get worse finally ending with "Pimp my Stuff".
Doing poor spoofs of played out pop culture while yelling does not equate to being funny.
The show made the Blue Collar comedy show look like high brow comedy. It was like a train wreck that I just couldn't look away from.
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