Thursday, November 02, 2006

Wake Up!

Someone requested this skit a while back. Probably one of my favorites sketches of all time, and I didn't really see it until I bought the DVDs. Just goes to show what a horrible job Comedy Central and CBC do with this show.

Does anyone nail white trash and losers better than the Kids in the Hall I ask ya? I think Scott's played this character a few times and Bruce's character just seems to be a variation of Bobby and White Trash Man. I guess a common theme in many sketches is that losers who wear trucker hats are fun to laugh at.

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Anonymous caitlin m said...

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11:07 AM  
Anonymous Chuck said...

Thanks for posting another skit. The only place I had ever seen Kids In The Hall (other than here) was Comedy Central, and I remember seeing this one for sure before. For a while Comedy Central played KITH in the afternoons, and I would watch it when I came home from work. Other than the one that you posted that was live I am pretty sure I have seen all you posted so far, and remember the live one from the show with Mark and Kevin's roles reversed. Thanks again for bringing all the KITH goodness.

6:21 PM  
Blogger Maarten Das said...

My request is Creative Possibilities!! I used to watch it everyday on YouTube to make me feel happy again, but now it's gone :( luckily I can quote it almost entirely in my head now :P but I would still love to actually see it again! (it's the one where Kevin has an office in a submarine and Dave is a guy from the bank who wants his money from the loan for the submarine. Best line: Did I mention the imagnation is a dying animal?)

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Anonymous brandin said...

i would like to request "there's nothing gay about a mauling"

10:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for all the video postings! They made my day.
I second maarten das' request for the Office, Submarine! sketch. I'd also love to see the one where Kevin is teaching a class on doing accents, and is terrible at it. Mark stands up to do a Cockney accent, does it perfectly, and Kevin gets after him for being awful. Fantastic!

12:43 PM  
Anonymous cheyenne said...

i've been looking for the video of the "daddy drank" segment for awhile now-- if you could post it, i'd really enjoy it!

thanks! -cheyenne

7:46 PM  
Anonymous Colette said...

Hey,
Thanks for posting these!

I mentioned this one earlier and I just want to re-request it cos I loved it so much when I saw it and I wish I could see it again. It's the one where the whole thing has all the spelling errors in it. I think it had something to do with the writers having to stay up late and finish the sketch. I know the details are a bit sketchy (hehe) but I was hoping, of all people, you'd be able to help :)

Thanks!!
C

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Anonymous Shaun said...

Thanks for posting these KITHs

I forget what its called, but could you post one I saw when I was younger that made me laugh where (I think it was Bruce) planning to go kill the president, and then he ends up riding a floor buffer?

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Anonymous Brian said...

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I have two requests, please post the sketch where Kevin has a rock solid alibi and the sketch where Dave as judge tells Bruce, the district attorney, "just because your name is Mr. District Attorney doesnt mean this is the only option for you"
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Anonymous lily_lemony said...

Please please please post the "I'm...Mr....Huggala!!!" sketch. It's a restaurant sketch from Season 2 (#206 I think?)

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Blogger RichChun said...

hey! can you post the "asshole" skit on season 1, disc 1...i believe its on episode 4

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have been looking all over for one of the cop skits.

it starts out with scott thompson as an old lady who buys groceries. she's walking down the street when a thief knocks them out of her arms. she yells "someone help that man stole my oranges". eventually the dude with the curly hair runs up to help and she maces him.

then it pans to the cops who were just sitting there watching the whole thing.

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Blogger b.van said...

I don't remember the sketch per say, but it was about a garage band named "Rod Torfulsson's Armada; Featuring Herman MendleChuck". Bruce's character returns to band practice to find he's been replaced, but they try to euphesize it by saying it's his understudy.

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I dont know what its called, but i would like to request the one where mark has a fly on his face but cant seem to get rid of it and his girlfriend tries to tell him about it but he doesnt know what shes talking about. I havent seen that one in forever! and that is my all time favorite KITH sketch! i think that is one of the funniest things i have ever seen in my life! please post it!

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