In the historic fifth and final season The Whitest Kids U' Know are back! Sketches include Slow Motion Squirrel, Wedding Flip Flop, Ocean 2.0, Anne Frank, First Date, Old Folks Home and The Civil War...
In the historic fifth and final season The Whitest Kids U' Know are back! Sketches include Jizzle, John Williams, Ants!, Darren and the Giraffe, Herpes Commercial, Bikini Day at the Zoo and The Civil...
"ZO2," which centers on a real-life heavy metal band that makes a living by day as performers at kiddie birthday parties. Other scripts in the hopper include a family drama set in the world... See full summary »
The Whitest Kids began in 2000 when Trevor Moore, a young comedian from Virginia, transferred to New York's School of Visual Arts film program. Having previously produced a local TV sketch-comedy show, The Trevor Moore Show, back in Virginia, Trevor decided to start a comedy troupe with the eventual goal of replicating his earlier success on a national level. See more »
Why do hunters need bullets that can pierce through bulletproof vests?
Do I really have to spell this out for you? What if a bunch of punk kids go into the woods and strap a bulletproof vest on a bear? Then what've you got? Invincible bears.
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I came across some clips of those guys on youtube, then I went to see if they are featured here. And the first thing I see: A hater comment about how awful their stuff is. What the ...?
I don't think something is seriously wrong with me just because I think that their sketches are funny. I don't like all of them, but there are a number of skits that I think are hilarious. (Cubicle Boss) They are heavily influenced by the Pythons of course, and I don't understand all of the Pythons jokes, but I really like them as well. And to the guys who are going to write "HOW CAN YOU COMPARE MONTY PYTHON TO THIS GARBAGE?" I simply reply: Because it's funny.
If I'm laughing hard at some show, that's usually a good sign. But who knows, maybe I'm so much more stupid than all the clever critics out there.
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