Nick talks about Johnny Depp's amazing life. Sketches include a couple's disastrous date, a stripper getting magical powers, and a breakfast cereal character turning a holiday dinner into a nightmare...
Nick confesses to involvement in a bathroom mishap, along with sketches including a space alien paternity test, a successful trial lawyer, and a cleaning product that picks up stubborn stains. Guest ...
A man who's in the witness protection program creates a TV reality show about his situation. He has to wear a black ski mask all the time, but other than that he and his family try to live a "normal" life in front of the camera.
This is a great show with some eccentric and original material that is in produced in a similar comedic scheme as seen with "The Whitest Kids You Know" series.
It is not simple toilet humor as many of the ignorant like to refer to. If one can't see past the language or outlandish premises of some of his skits, you won't find this funny because you aren't able to understand it.
The fact that someone mentioned needing a laughing track told me all I needed to know about their comedic intelligence and ability to grasp this show especially. Great show that needs support and should be on DVD by NOW!
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