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Off-beat sketch comedy series.
A celebrity chef visits; an airport security system is unveiled; remarks from the Literacy for Children Foundation are featured; the ladies from the series divulge some secrets.
A corporate event is visited; a cereal icon appears; a fiendish bank manager is profiled; a Top 10 countdown is featured.
Viking landscaping is observed; two geniuses become roommates; a rap duo visit; a new bank and a thrift store are spotlighted.
A new beer is marketed; problems associated with moving are examined; a morning arts show is parodied; a prominent doctor must renew his license.
An air-guitarist rocks; a charity supports writers; celebrities compete on a popular game show; President George W. Bush delivers his Halloween address.
Bank-commercial mishaps are featured; a human-monkey hybrid is revealed; a renowned physicist makes prank phone calls; a hamburger commercial premieres.
A new perfume is launched; actors audition for a popular fantasy franchise; Christmas-party footage is featured; Excuse Girl appears.
David Caruso is lampooned; two Vikings show up for work; desperate housewives double as sex workers; a sketch about a Sunday-morning arts program is featured.
Included: a spoof on “Survivor” featuring world leaders; a lawyer with a peculiar name. Also: Roman leaves his “samples” at the doctor's office.
The perils of making commercials for banks and hamburger franchises are examined; a monkey-human hybrid joins a family unit.
Sketches with tips for achieving goals at home and work are featured; market research is lampooned via a very diverse focus group; a hair product is spoofed.
An unlikely summer blockbuster is spotlighted; a Canadian history lesson is featured; a new form of birth control is unveiled; dog walkers are profiled.
A guidance counselor visits historical figures; Tom Cruise performs his own stunts; President Bush's new press secretary is lampooned.
Included: self defense; gay marriages.
Captain Kirk's quest for love, terrorism blunders, a look at a day in the life of sperm and a panel on assisted suicide are depicted.
The Biblical comedian entertains at the birth of Jesus; porn names are discussed; Roman and Aurora teach aerobics.
Sketches include a weather girl in a hurricane and an “Inside the Unknown Actors Studio” interview with a dog.
Skits include “Tantric Sex Wedding.”
Skits include a guru who's mistaken for late rapper Tupac Shakur.
Hunvee; Def Comedy Fest.
“Hussein's Line Is It Anyway?”
How to be Canadian.
From Crouching Tiger to No Country
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