Liz Lemon, head writer of the sketch comedy show "TGS with Tracy Jordan", must deal with an arrogant new boss and a crazy new star, all while trying to run a successful TV show without losing her mind.
Jerry Bronham and Abe Lincoln are the only re-occurring characters in the season. The cast also uses the names "Caleb" "McLaughlin" and "Candice" in their sketches frequently. See more »
Yes, yes, you still pee, and I still stand. And I can stand here all night, for I am unemployed.
Ah, as it is with me.
Ah-ha! Then you shan't long afford this errand boy to supply you with your future pee stream.
I shall offer him sexual favors.
Sexual favors? But he's just a boy!
But we are British.
Touché. And yet you overlook something. How do you plan to perform these sexual favors you intend to promise this boy if your genitalia is indefinitely committed to the act of peeing upon ...
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I was so board the other night, dying to find something to watch, and the title of this show caught my eye, well thank God I turned to it. This show is one of the funniest that I've seen in a long time. Its like Kids in the Hall, but on drugs, and from the little research I've done I think one of the writers from Kids in the Hall is also one of the writers for this show.
Almost every scene had me dying with laughter.
Now I'm guessing this show is probably for the younger crowd (18-30) due to the language, though I spent my lunch break showing all my co-workers, who were mostly 40-60 age range, sketches from You Tube and all of them died laughing especially from the deer sketch. Now my personal favorite was the Abe Lincoln one, which portrayed Lincoln in a different manner than we learned in school. But anyways I digress, you will be able to find one of these sketch funny, I've only seen the first two shows but I can't wait for more.
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