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.
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 »
Hilarious, sick, and twisted. Everything a good comedy needs!
This is one of the funniest shows on TV. The sketch comedy team isn't afraid to break the rules, with sketches such as "Hitler Rap" and "Hey There Kids (Get a New Daddy)".
The Whitest Kids U Know are the Monty Python team of the new generation. Trevor Moore, who is perhaps the funniest member of the team, does a particularly excellent job of getting into his role.
Even their quick, fifty-second sketches are funny, such as "Can We Say...". WKUK also offers some sick, twisted sketches, such as "Leg Peeing", "Poop Meeting", and more.
But the WKUK show that they don't need to be sick and perverted to be funny. Clean sketches such as "Joining The Army", "Indiana Jones", "You Can See Me?" keep you entertained.
If you're looking for some sick, hilarious, twisted, and out-of-this-world humor, look no further than the Whitest Kids U Know. They do an excellent job of bringing the laughs. The Whitest Kids U' Know break the rules of calm, appropriate television, they know no boundaries, and it's anyone's guess as to what they will come up with next.
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