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...
Melissa is not having a good night. On her 21st birthday, she's caught her boyfriend J.T. cheating on her with a bimbo that looks like a swizzle stick. As she drinks away her sorrows with ... See full summary »
A young man awakens from a four-year coma to hear that his once virginal high-school sweetheart has since become a centerfold in one of the world's most famous men's magazines. He and his ... See full summary »
Much of The Whitest Kids U' Know early history was spent as an officially sanctioned club at School of Visual Arts, which meant they had to accept, more or less, any SVA student that wanted to join. During the early years WKUK included Jon Kovel, Oliver Lyons, Anthony Mair, and Tina Tiongson. Timmy Williams also joined in late 2001 and was the only member at the time who didn't attend SVA. Unofficially, however, the core trio of Moore, Brown, and Cregger tried to keep the group as lean as possible. At its peak, the group had ten members, but a good amount of the sketches were written by one of these three. See more »
Let me start off by saying that I have read all of the reviews and have seen the ranging score go from 1 star to 10 stars. Let me also tell you that the number of 10 stars is significantly higher than the number of 1 stars. This is because this show is truly awesome.
The first time I watched "The Whitest Kids U' Know" it wasn't on television. I was on YouTube and my friend told me to look up this funny video called "Abe Lincoln". Never in my life have I laughed as hard as I did when I saw this sketch. Watching president Lincoln flip out and lose control over a slight comment at the Ford Theater while watching a poor adaptation of Hamlet has never been so funny...and that's because these guys know what they are doing.
Trevor, Zach, Darren, Sam, and Timmy are the 5 funniest guys I have ever seen. There is no possible way that you can hate this show. The sketches and jokes are so far fetched and hilarious that it is almost impossible not to crack a smile. Yes, I do admit that in some sketches they repeat the jokes 'ad nausea', but they are so funny that it just makes the show all the more worth watching.
If you are ever bored, just sitting at home with nothing to do, go onto YouTube and watch a couple of their sketches. I promise you that you'll laugh. The jokes are hilarious, the acting is great, and the sketch comedy is the best I have and you will probably ever see. This show is truly amazing, and will always get a 10/10 from me.
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