A sketch comedy show involving five friends.
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 Various (79 episodes, 2007-2012)
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A sketch comedy show involving five friends.

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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 »

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[Point-Counterpoint]
Host: Why do hunters need bullets that can pierce through bulletproof vests?
Jerry Bronham: 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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Like Monty Python, but without the accents
3 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I once read somewhere that laughter increases your lifespan by (and this could be entirely wrong) 3 seconds. Thanks to the Whitest Kids U' Know, I have an increased lifespan of about 2 years. Long story short, these guys are great. They have a very well balanced sense of humor, ranging from clever to inappropriate, from violent to absurd. I am at a complete loss as to how they come up with all of it.

Now, I'm not saying everyone will derive entertainment from their act. Only people with a well versed sense of humor will enjoy these fellas, and their brilliant performances.If you don't want to risk suffocating to death on your own laughter, then by God, don't watch this show. But if you chance it, I promise you it'll be worth it. These guys deserve praise and adoration, and I wish them luck on their second season.


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