Former Groundling Lisa Kudrow ("Friends") joins the troupe for sketches, including a mock discussion with a movie star. Also: the troupe displays different emotions; and offer a game-show parody entitled "Name That Fabric."
Skits: a radio host offering advice on produce; a shop that builds coffins; a video about the abdomen; a vignette set during the Boer War. Performers include Brian Palermo, Mike McDonald, Amy Von Freymann and Mindy Sterling.
Skits include women who compete to apply makeup in traffic; an adoption mixup; a show called "Win, Spin or Jump"; Bette Davis at the hair salon; and a disco song entitled "She's Got Funky Hair." Performers include Brian Palermo and Amy Von Freymann.
Teri Garr is the guest. Skits include a festival for hens; a Beach Boys-style song about knitting; the dubbing of a movie; and a restaurant switch. Also: a landlord complains about cats; bad comics jokes about lunch meat.
Skits include a store that sells emotions like paranoia, fear and lust; a woman wrecks her car; a talk show about movies; a love song about "Citizen Kane"; a Tennessee Williams-style drama called "Butter on the Floor."
Skits include a rhyming contest built around a hardware store; a discussion about eating disorders; samples of pick-up lines; a celebrity party featuring Betty Boop. Regulars include Amy Von Freyman and Brian Palermo.
Skits include a look at students who date their teachers; troubles backstage at a concert; a screwball housewife-comedy send-up; a game-show spoof called "You Can't Resist." Regulars include Mindy Sterling and Mike McDonald.
Skits include a song about boxer shorts; a first date at a shooting range; a visit to a padded cell; fraud at an ad agency. Regulars include Mike McDonald, Brian Palermo, Amy Von Freyman and Mindy Sterling.
Teri Garr hosts. Skits include assembling a B-52; a slide show of the universe; a detective investigating the illegal refill of a soda at a fast food joint; a 1940s-type drama; a rock song about a midwife.
Malcolm-Jamal Warner appears with the troupe. Skits include a send-up of a parachute team; and a rap number about dirty socks. Also: a mock drama involving a squabble over burnt toast; a spoof of psychiatry.
Adam Carolla (“Loveline”) appears with the troupe. Skits include a spoof summit conference between Japan and Sweden; neighbors arguing over loud power tools; a song about toys done Bruce Springsteen-style.
Comic Andy Kindler appears in skits with the troupe. Included: a police parody; a poetry-reading spoof; cheesy pick-up lines; a send-up of the French Revolution. Regulars include Mindy Sterling and Brian Palermo.
Eve Plumb appears in skits with the troupe. Included: women meeting in a shopping mall; and detectives investigating a stolen navel ring. Also: a spoof of a Pearl Jam song. Regulars include Amy Von Freymann.
Sandra Bernhard appears with the troupe. Included: a visit to a Quebec hot dog stand; a spoof of a sorority house; a dysfunctional family of gamblers. Also: poets discuss the break-up of relationships. Regulars include Mike McDonald.