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Sketch Pad 2 (2003)

Some of the best comedy troupes from around the world assemble on one stage for this hilarious and at times, down right shocking comedy special. Members from seven renowned sketch ... See full summary »

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John Brenkus
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Jim Rash ... Himself - Some Kind of Cult
Gilbert Gottfried ... Himself - Some Kind of Cult (voice)
Jeff Lewis ... Himself - Acme Comedy Theater
Jonna Tamases ... Herself - Acme Comedy Theater
Kevin Small Kevin Small ... Himself - Bravo Company
Chris MacKenzie ... Himself - Bravo Company
Kurt Scholler ... Himself - Bravo Company
Camille Anderson ... Herself - Bravo Company
Jerry Minor ... Himself - L. Witherspoon
Craig Robinson ... Himself - Chucky
Darren Boyd ... Himself - Smack The Pony
Sally Phillips ... Herself - Smack the Pony
Guy Stevenson ... Himself - Big Guy Lil' Mike
Michael Naughton ... Himself - Big Guy Lil' Mike
Liz Feldman ... Herself - Big Guy Lil' Mike
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Some of the best comedy troupes from around the world assemble on one stage for this hilarious and at times, down right shocking comedy special. Members from seven renowned sketch troupes-including Acme Comedy Theatre, The Groundlings, Bravo Company, Improv Asylum, Smack The Pony, Big Guy Lil' Mike, Some Kind of Cult and special musical guest L. Witherspoon and Chucky -- perform individual scripted shorts before a live audience. Each sketch appears to trump the next with outrageous adult themes all the way to the climatic finish. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

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English

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26 September 2003 (USA) See more »

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Somebody is Fucking My Lady
Written & Performed by Jerry Minor and Craig Robinson
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a refreshing take on sketch comedy
12 November 2003 | by DeweyFinnSee all my reviews

I watch Saturday Night Live regularly, and I'm always amazed at how long they drag their sketches on. It's maddening. If they just quit while they were ahead, that show would rock.

Sketch Pad does just that. The show must have had 10 sketches, and not one was too long. They leave you wanting more. The sketch with the border patrol guard was terrific. I would not be surprised to see that actor on a sitcom soon (or even SNL).

And I was pleasantly surprised at the punchline of the final sketch. It was played while the credits were rolling, so I thought it was a throw-away, but I laughed at loud at the punchline.

Overall, a very good show. I hope HBO makes more.


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